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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 26, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Tire Home of The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of IIcaten&IAKK.K. : l

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b Army Recruiting Towering i Corn Stalk Editor Doesn't Like 5:45 A. M. Reveille Starke Chamber J


I. S. Opens Here TomorrowThe I Farmers Here -.---- -------. i lt;



Army will operate a temporary -1' rT Of Commerce '
ApprovedTobacco H j '
&st 5th :. recruiting substation in f J1' ;!!t t,
the postofflce here tomorrow Saturday F4L 4- ,Ill


194041inciple morning, from until 9 o'clock o'clock in the in afternoon the- '- Quotas ir, To ReOrganizePublic :;:) ; : 1'


according to an announcement .J ;

this week by Captain W. M.I A i Bradford Growers Meeting Tonight; ;

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E. L. Williams.I Barrows Jr., of the Coast Artillery ( I !Making Plans To Share ; "
| 75 to 7 For 3-Year
sueS Instructions Reserve, from Jacksonville. .1 i In IJlanding- Money !! ",]
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School Beginningh "We know that there are many I ; J\ I Bright Leaf Restrictions I
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or young men In this section who I I A reorganization meeting of :.
high Bradford County joined Florida, the inactive Starke Chamber of ;
i
Bradford County are eligible and willing to enlist, fJI11. 'and the other five .
for Its 19 0-41 Captain Barrows said, "who have : southeastern 1 Commerce will be held In the
opening states Involved
theM l -11. by overwhelminglyapproving auditorium of the Woman's Club
for
Monday week not been Informed of the opportunities I.I I.

ext August, nearly 1,000ters offered by the United. I by ballot Saturday a 1jIu Hotiftn here tonight (Friday) beginning t,
in 1t Government
' Starke and vteln- States ,Army." I ; control of bright I a I at 8 o'clock. Dr. M. ,B. '

from their books leaf tobacco production for the I Jc i llerlong ( President of the localChamber ;i
trek back to He continued: "It costs nothing ;i next three All states I
years. con- I I
threk1erltbe \ ., L'- ._ when It became inactive
after only a for Infoi'matlon. I f _
ludles to call upon us .. ceined approved the three '
, !' I year two years ago) said yesterday.Kvery i
, vacation. Those who are accepted for enlistment 4 program. l
controversy and will be transported. at citizen Interested In the I :.t:
I '

,tion about the new early government expense to Jackson-1: Out in of I the approximately county eligible 110 to vote persons (I welfare future prosperity and I' '.{i
In and from [ ?( growth of Starke U urged to be :
Monday vllle for enlistment
t date, first by virtue of their direct Interest 1 Dr. j
present tonight by Merlon
irotead of the first Mon- there to their assigned stations. I) In the tobacco this ,
crops year, and who '
"To man woman 'k
has been expert All board'and lodging will be 82 ( every ,
, September wont to the polls at Brookeror has interest In the welfare J

starke patrons ap- paid for by the Army from the .t .', 111 S Starke Saturday and cast 73: ''of Sturke any greeting." he said. ': g

j to the School Board to be- time of leaving here and Army votes favoring both throe and one

Lol at the usual time but pay begins 'the day of enlistmentin year control programs, one vote '. \ "Starke at this time" the Doc'r' ,

__ *__.UIA, owi/Mtnt... ni Jacksonville. t7 \t 1.\ c tor continued "as never before "
COD9.u".un ---- -- | approving only a one year program 'r '

can be saved by opening Those who enlist now have their and 6 votes opposing gov- ...4_ Its', history! has possibilities for I I'I'In
I more business, a larger growth, ,
I
four weeks earlier the choice of many desirable assignments I einment control. The percentageof \ ,
for that will 'advance
and
everything
refused to defer the open- whereas. If compulsory selective -; favorable votes In the county Yes, that cringing Individual with the bugle; la the one who ..
Starke. I :
::
service Is enacted by Is 926 percent unfavorable to "gets 'em up in the morning" around 5:45: : at the Fort McPh r- t

L. Williams, principal of gress, such choice will, no con-1 the government program was 7.4 son. Georgia, Civilian Military Training Camp for business and "There will bo," he went on,' r. i
tho
S, this week Issued a be severely curtailed. If not percent. A two-thirds majorityof professional men., The Telegraph's Editor K. U Matthews "a reorganization meeting of '
of Friday
Chamber Commerce on
registration. tirely abolished. Young the total vote was needed to of Gainesville seem
ent regarding ITi1Everybody William Watson (left)
(center) and Lt' R. at the Woman's
night (tonight) ,
and the In the Interest enact the
school credits, should enlist now program. J. V. Dalton of Atlanta -
r bayonet revenge on bugler and ,:
bent on taking Club at 8 o'clock, everyone
school In general. of preparedness, both of themselves The total vote In the .
of six southeastern
g the leant) unaccumtotnedeiiily '
who Is responsIble for the (to say should DM there to learn of the i'
fol- and of our nation, Captain -
statement states the
Williams'
pal 1 gave restriction rising hours Our' Editor and Mr. Watson are taking amonth's grant possibilities awaiting the t and students and parentsged Barrows concluded. program a better than .-tolI I
and Dalton
Atlanta buliinelII and professional men
near !
McFheroon
to read it carefully:, All young men are urged to j I approval, showing that the bright training at Fort \ ; ,
Later dispatches and woman of Starke.
regulations for conductingr call at the postofflce tomorrow (I leaf producers are Booking to the I In the bugler for F Company,' 22nd Infantly. \:
,
schools for students of during the hours mentioned above government to bolster prices from stated Bugler Dalton was upared\ but In sPite of all\ continues "There must be organized: and I '
(
nary and high school level to learn without obligation. de-! knows the story of last year's sag to "toot his horn" at the ungodly( hour of 5.45: : A. M. working, committees on housing, ,

been made very rigid by tails and qualifications for join-i Jack and the Bean Stalk, but how Florida as a whole approvedthe employment, social welfare, .entertainment l : ,

late Department of Educach Ing Uncle Sam's Army. : and} the corn stalkO'Boy proll'am by a vote of 879 transportation hotels ,
I about O'Boy A. L. Carr Robbed churches, and schools. We know ,
is F W. Roster, so-called : per cent Georgia by 84,7. North Five Wrecks now that there will be close to ,

schools must be organnd Canning Project I I IIs'Successful because for years his popular ,; Carolina 86, South Carolina 887, Saturday Night 25,000: men at Camp Dlandlng '"

operated by the Countyof : lunch room la Starke went byI I Virginia by 76,S, and Alabama many with their wives and children ;j

Education In accordancee I I I that name. He is now retired | (where bright leaf production Is Saturday night about 9 or 9:30: Here In Week and we are expected to be '

standards set up for ac- the end of last school I i and lives quietly on his comfortable i,,81111 In the experimental stage,) A. L. Carr closed the doors of to accommodate this huge .'. Ui'ready .
Since
;d institutions, that la, no Gardening., farm place east of town. A approved 100 per cent store which la just beyond theirt Influx of people. They will have
the Canning and his One Person Out
term be Only
shall earn more than one has been fair Idea of his success may I In a pre-ballotlng statement Galnesvllle-mad ready money to spend If we are ;,
under the WPA, on
In any new subj
usly studied nor shall. he progressing schools. This week, the pictured here. It is twelve feet Wallace told,the growers ,that directly to the. left, of th._.tor*. Seriously InjuredFive I not prepared to do this at thla >:t.'

up more than two credit: Hampton weretraMferred \ high. Standing in front of Mr. quotas would not likely be set the time but we have time to at I I 'I'
doorof
failed .canned goods 'RoBser Is Willie Rosser In Wil- If the Just outside the automobile accidents* occurred situation Dr. t
bjects the ,,previous Project as below the current figures bul-dog, least Improve the ,
the School Lunch he tied his big
*" to house
.<; i lie's arms is his favorite dog. long-range program was accepted. the In the vicinity of StarkeIn Herlong continued.
the county schools are opening. i Then he went In through "
ilorj note: according to the students who get Still more welcome assurance I front door, locked It. In one the past week, Involving thirteen "There should be no unemployment .

et t if by failureter Thla term Freed came from J. B. Hutson, agricultural In Starke If we get
up parent their meals In the school cafeteria Artford Brown administration hand he held"a shining flashlight persons, but only one man.Elwoo.1 question
their children at the I adjustment knockedout organized and to work. Our farm
.
the light was of Mnxvill, wan
of tomatoes Suddenly Lang
160
will eat: quarts federalaid
Bond said
log of school cause the 201 squash, 258 Under $10,000 executive. who of his hand. Two negroes seriously Injured. ers will be called on for produceIf
quarts
D to fall their courses *, not I would be directed towards and one held him they are ready to supply It.
him, Friday -
at occurred
94 turnips 1 lunged The first wreck
quarts above
quarts carrots Brown. Bradfordi maintaining prices at or thena'peo.
than two of the subjectsbe Artford went through his I Don't let's wait until
the other week two
col- while
4 quarts beans, 32, quarts from Sampson City, 14 9 cents pound morning of lust and
made up In summer i County youth last year's per hili loose change pIe go to other places to live
black-berries. 53: Duva 1 pockets took and a half miles south of here at
i. and the students wouldto lards 38 quarts \I ] Sunday was freed from aveiage. | and pistol. But In the dark room of Uuud 13 and the buy. leaving us the crumbs
All vegetables the junction
Quarts. field peas bond, ac
remain In the ,--- ''County jail on $10,000 adopted consists find one I I. national
same donated to the project by: j .* i? u__.- The program Mr Carr managed to Urooker highway. Two cars, goIng 'lIe Prepared' a
i next term.) were carrots cording to a news item in JMVUday's of setting up a national quota I'advantage: he threw his wallet In opposite directions on Road watch woid'let's be ready, and

fi-e time spent in summer A.- Li. Sullivan, who C.gave Sullivan Times-Union. I after it Is determined how much :i run of bills across the room with 13, collided when the drivers attempted ( working with an organization like
blackberries; I I
and been
without
i on each subject must be H. D. May ,II' First charged with having i tobacco may be produced all the might he could muster to PUSH a truck that had i a Chamber of Com utrce. It can
tomatoes
and ; death
hulvalent to the time pert turnips and Trlest an accessory in the stabbing glutting markets or creating un-'under the circumstances.\ slowed almost to u mop to turn | do the nece"mry work so much

-turnips; Thompson :' July 7 of Joe Peterson, Jr.,1| datable surplunes Land neededto Mr Carr Urooker better! than any Individual.
early the
spent in a regular term I' Mrs. Sadie During the struggle from Road 13 onto
-tomatoes, squash; found himself facing first I produce that much tobacco "Come to this meeting" Dr.
(ght months. Likewise no Charley :, Brown broke away from the negroes road. Iloth automobiles were I
I Murrhee field peas; mUrder charges In a ha- 'I will then be apportioned amongthe Scared urged, "and learn the
may be allowed by acted Mr. and Mrs. degree mad It out the back door severely damaged but the drivers, Herlong

schools for work done i Fulrley-Col lard a; C. C. GMs-,I bean corpus hearing July 10, out growers by his calln for help, the thieves only one person was In each car, necessity of this meeting' \ and ,I
C. F. Ward-beans; Theodore Hardin, Waldo, Farmers must remain within what must do to accoruI -
we
of which unharmed, The learn
r private tutors. Mark'ettomatoes. I I I then: left him alone escaped with a shuklng-up.

o i such summer school (that son-tomatoes; Farmers' | originally charged with murder, ', their acreugit allotment, but I\ and made their escape Mr. Carr truck was not Involved In the ac*. I\ module the men of this camp.lont .
sell all the tobacco I for the other fellowto
I walked a free man. they may loudly. Nearby a wait
calling cldent.
lee: these requirements) has The two canning centers in the !I At that time, Circuit Court they grow on the alloted landwlthnnfr I ,kept.nlnre.1 familY heard him, becamefrightened Accident number two was an .do what you should be doing,

conducted in Bradford at Hampton and refused ball ..... DpnultlpS._ and on out and let'a get busy
county were ;' A. D. McNeil! "--- r u ran In the house collision at the I so come
y for the past two years. Starke: Sadie Murr'!Judge announced Sunday I v Agent T. K. McClane) I automobile-train I Standing will be the
versome students who have Starke.. In i] to Brown, but he County Farmers' shut the door, But they stayedthere Road 28 (Madison Avenue) rail- Tamp
( and Ruby : the I Tuesday Bradford! salvation for our mer-
hee Celia Thomas 'I that he had reconsidered said only long enough to realize crossing In Starke. Mrs. J. financial

receiving special coaching Strickland did the canning; in ,I after reading the habeas corpus -'! will begin moving their tobacco I Ii that. Indeed, Mr. Carr should l have/ roud resident ofi chunta, drug stores, olla founts,
utorlng during the summer Dennison and I I case that barns to warehouse M. Mott, veteran home hotel,
curing
Hampton Estelle hearing testimony and i I from the help. So one of them ran quicklyInto approaching the restaurants owners
ion, In order to be fair with the last of next Urooker was truck owners .
Hallowea
,
A floors Stern's farmers poultrymen
Eliza Hall.Supervising. State Attorney William i town to W. A, from the cast, observed I
one concerned will be a}- over both centers recommended the setting 'week.' At most markets auc- | to Mrs. Stern, the''crossing barber shops, etc. These
III panted como
,
to take the entrance exnlons of Ther- will begin during the week garage the Orange HloHHom Special will "want' cooks, nurses, ::14,
Sullivan, I lions that her people .
was Mrs. Elva i of a bond I daughter of Mr Carr stopped th' car and attempted '
given by the regular :5 and the government Ing chauffeurs
,
essa. Rex Sweat announcedthat of August father had been robbed Frantic to reverse It off the railroad yard men. gardner
Sheriff of
Continued on page eight) I Babe) Douglass of 'has announced Its Intention I II Mrs. Stern rushed for Sheriff A Deciding caution the mechanicH: and If> on, and everybody
W B ( track.
Tallahassee, a bolstering price by taking approximately Andreu spread the new ai"- valor, Mr. Mott here will be benefttted If
Springs and 0 of
Green Cove City better part
the
Oak Lake one-fourth of Amlreu, work together and give what
e: JayceesEntertain I f the State Railroad I she-went. When Sheriff alighted from the automobile and we
member o Is estimated -
one-fourth "
Air Station I of which Rowe, arrived, U wanted,
Gets I Commission, and W. H. Smith crop 150.000.000I and Deputy Ben watched from the sidewalk, while

10,000 1 City had signed the bondto to be between Brad- "half of Starke" was out there the fait train struck the car on Dr. llerlong concluded: "Don't

Starke's neighboring town In Sampson 200000.000 pounds. of them with guns: night at 8 o'clock)
e Live Brown his freedom. I at too. many the fender. The Incident happened forget, Friday
Oak Junior Chamber gain estimated
Green Cove Springs.Is ford's crop H \ not been!. the Woman's Club
Clay County. I no indication when The thieve have yet around 4 o'clock In the Is thq time, !
raerce was
I is making plans to slated to receive a $1,800.000auxiliary There would be presented to .' slightly over 173.000 pounds. caught; their names are not and the bent fender UQuile auditorium la the place."
tain afternoon
over 10,000 visitors dur- station, if the case I tobacco will go.
Bradford active
naval air Most known. extent of the car's Injury I Stark had a hardly
Suwannee County's second carried out. the grand jury. i either to Live Oak Lake City, or was the of Commcicv unit' )
present plans are I I third accident occurred Chamber up
I The ,
> ]
March
of Progress Wed- Commander Carl H. Cotter in Valdosta Georgia. \ Die Sutuiday night two ago when the flotaryClub
1 I To 9 o'clock years
Goddard
7. August Turnip about I
14, six after the Growing
days nf ,rnnatructlon of Fast an4 took
.-.."n......?? end of the Law- waa organized tare
5V V- ------- near the south

1 paolng markets of In the flue-cured to-\\ main southeastern naval air haB I' Mrs. Nelson Green :I Gun Club Shoot I Ii Governor Cone Monday signed Icy cut-off. The automobile driven over most Of the usual_func lon.- ,"

Oak Live Oak. at Yukon, announced that work Monday turnip-green 1, the warrant for the death by by Klwood: Lang of Maxvllle\ collided : Of a Chamber of Commerce. Dr.:
markets are said to be I the Green Cove pro I II 'I brought an enormous i Next Thursday i iI In Florida's electricchair of the
'ote's largest .will begin on tur-,i I electrocution with a car:. going la the opposite I Herlong was president
and oldest and as final approval known as the Japanese Raiford near here ot M. C, at that time. The
soon at local C. of
ject as i plant Club Is -, direction driven by ,
'I sponsoring
open for auctions August 8. the secretary of the to our office. It measures 1 The Starke Gun ''Herbert' Goddard, alias Charles. member" of the
Bradford I cornea from nip' to top' "preparedness'shoot" I II t C/rlffln of Jacksonville and alllO Doctor was a ,
County tobacco from tip of root another 'execution La to for 25:
| feet Jefferson The wife and Jacksonville Chamber
ers navy. two Inches afternoon. Au- j containing Mr. Griffin's I
market their tobacco at for the auxiliary base of leaf; Its leaves are eight Thursday during the week of thrown and was national councilman ;
Oak Plans : and office of take place two sons. Lang was yearn,
each year. I I proposed for the and are very tender I rust I, W r Smith an I and hourto and during the
one of several wide, I yesterday. Theshoot | July 29, the exact day through his wind I shied i and for 8 yearn '

ling with appropriate cere1 vicinity ,of ,Jacksonville Includes t "mokable--- ," says Mrs. Green the-- Club stated 3 o'clock and be fixed by Superintendent L. received severe scalp InjuriesnecessItating latter time attended meetings allover '
1 at the tobacco market I enlisted men and I about an acre or will bfgln at Goddard, a bogus .
quarters for 200 t They have I attend and Chapman 30 stltcheit. Blame the\ country
"id of festivities Include a'' 40 officers, a $200,000 land plane this particular crop Mrs Green everyone is Invited to I I talent scout, wall con- for the accident has not been

ailiI3g contest and live Block hanger storehouse, a power plant, ,. says, which thpy planted 6 weeks I II enter the matches.At .awards will be I tlo' ted of killing a Miami high fixed and Lang Is resting comI Much Gasoline Used

at the live stock market repair shop, and other essential And from this crop there I II this shoot manner as to!! girl, Frances Dunn, 17, In I fnrtublv at the home of his broth ,

"on of Suwannee County's buildings.S. I ago.still 25 or thirty dozen more made in such a shooters equal Palm Beach County last August er-la-taw and slater here, Mr. Sales of gasoline and kerosene
)at"> a band I are she added the poorest her from Miamion maintained high fig-
concert a base to be pulled, I give beat marksmen. 8, after luring nn.l Mr.. William Sapp. In Bradford
tune, a street carnival, two UpA plants week fifty dozenhave chances with the promises of a movie career wreck occurred urea during the month of June.
Checking this shoot by fourth
Already )
E. S. I squad The
I. and will be a Court upheldthe distributors sold
There
fireworks.
I up. The State Supreme Bradford county
taken A car
been of all the i Sunday afternoon. :
e feature the have two squads made up May 21 and now ,early gallons of gasoline during
of the day will be representative from planted July fourth chosen I conviction four person from 177,862
Some I II' ort the range minute court action -I containing 17,348 gallons of
gantic Florida noW hooters last month and
barbecue for visitors Gainesville office of the equallY as fast, are style. Jimmy only some Fort White overturned three miles that
'
will beat grown When "spelling bee' Goddard from the Figures for the entire
I4rved! on the Service above the dirt. of one : can save Starke. No one wan Injured kerosene.
courthouse State Employment foot be captain west of .
a will
at 8 mornIng about I Brownlee unlen" Governor Cone revo- state during the same period
!
grow |
o'clock In the af ter- the courthouse Thursday I' asked how they make them I Red Alvarez will head chair and the automobile was I
of -
Following other week from 9:so Mr. Green answered -, team while winning catea the warrant. reconditioned by a local were 29.469,003 gallons gasoline
Immediately will of every large The V
S per- so very how to ,, the opposing group quickly and 2, 631 gallons of kero-
.
aWarding of cash prizes until 11 o'clock to register : "We just know will receive a worthwhile garage to continue Us journey.The '
Ute 1200. occupations them on I squad Next ,Week aene. .
ons- in certain key work it"! They plant I award. Tax List fifth accident was described .
employment directly land;' say that I cash and last issue of the 't
the
"new interesting In '

1 Billies At Hampton for or indirectly possible by the government'defenseprogram entirely"old land" won't work. I entertaining This will be shoot an even for those Publication next In week the of Telegraphwill the list Telegraph: and happened Wednesday June ,Fertilizer Sales,, ,
begin
of the gigantic Mr.I of last week when an automobile
as part who do not participate. In the county on of Bradford County
4 under way of property Farmers
JUbilee[ Hill now getting Re-Roofing and l Issued a cordial -I occupied by several person '
Billies of // Johns Smith stated delinquent. Tax June 38.4 tons offertilizer
Station States. All quali A. I of the' which taxes are Jacksonville overturnednear bought during .
WIt UP United the name from
In the In *
3alnes- in
Invitation said this material,
faille urged Johns, C. A. Knight at and fertiliser J
are Collector station
Archibald
workers M service
will available ".(... to attend Prescott's: '
put on a show fied. and this
everyone
it In the detailS of the Mr. home In South club for Tb. week. The list will be the longest 13-Brooker highway according' to a report Lssued
their
Full
auditorium 'of the to rg1ster. re-roaflng shooter or spectator. wilt be published the Road of '
are either and the State Department
OIl several week by
Junior occupations The present old airport In years was seriously
different week. the No one -
of
on junction.
located
High School be- hundreds this weeks
ne at of work. and Starke being re- range Is to for five consecutive Agriculture.rOaT ,
8:30: are of town -
south
o'clock. Included possibility shingles Injured.
OIl The ad- obtained wooden Iron half mile added
for Mr. Knight
hUd", adults< is 25-cent. and other Information can be who will placed with a galvanized the left of Road 13. i
,
under 12 ;years, 15- from the representative 8. roof.

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BRADFORD COl.'NTY TEI..EGR.\.pn. STARKE. FLORID.\
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-- -- _.- to contribute tremendously to the of us will try to get these lessons Should Men of 50 Really A Review 1

income of the people of Bradford over to the folks back home." Russell KayTOO Fight Our Wars ? COl1llniaai:
The following review of "Gone,
-T-i Letter Box County and to the permanent welfare This thought was Indorsed by ., ., -- Wind" Are Available
With the
the was written
America's first great war by
of every community. Fred T. Smith. Jr., of the Lake :!

-_ Please therefore accept our Charles La., American Press, and LATE Revolution, was won by men up Jack Carver editor of the]I Five Ihousana

thanks for your splendid contri- Frank D. Grist of York S. C., to sixty. But in the Civil War. Toombs County Democrat at;, men bet"'n (
Bradford County CLASSIFY
TO
HIs 19
limits for military ser- Lyons Georgia. version of and
the 26
Salesman and member of
.. July 13, 1940 bution In furthering this constructive a long age two Years ,
prominent South Carolina family.J. Is vice ranged from twenty to forty- the picture Is: I Qt COllege
Editor and Readers: program. My little black dog a very chance Itill
Dear to all our' Y. Elliott mayor of Cleveland;, gentle and peaceful creature. He five. The draft law of 1918 expanded "Gerald O'Hara was Scarlett's I this 8Ulnlller
With greatest reaped Very sincerely yours, to
A that Tenn., said the entire list of Is WeU behaved and extremely the limits on the side of pa. He was most animal like. days on a Navy
families with school children T. Nleland, Extension Forester.
.. V NOT dependent on strawberries trainees 1* getting Into condition friendly, but with one word I tan youth-to eighteen years of age. Proud as a peacock he roared free anll quality warshh,

are for a living do I write'11. Mobile Ala. adding most Americans would, transform him from a serene and This law assumed (1) that a like a lion and rode like a dog., as reserve En8lgn for 'Co
,
this letter. Nor do I recommend I July 16, 1940 benefit by putting into practice I happy canine Into a raving stripling of eighteen Is better After Sherman came he was I Applications

a July or August opening school To the Editor: In the daily lives the habits of scratching:, yelping maniac. prepared to defend his countrythan crazy as a bedbug. I at Naval, ui.rlc nr i blr,

.nd Indeed, I prefer a vacation To all my friends In Starke I keeping In physical conditloaj we I All I have to do Is say "RATS," a vigorous adult past the "Scarlett was In love with I serve H..adquarterl, fld NI

la these months rather than June. wish to- express my appreciationfor are learning here. Many trainees In a more or less sinister tone forty-five-year mark; and ((2)) Ashley Wilkes who was in love''I'Navy and
recruiting
BUT bave WE taken into consideration the nice cards and thoughts said the hikes they have taken !I I and he'll Jump from a sound sleep that the country can better afford with his cousin Melanie who was i eral BUildirg stalloll, I
,
s .s all viewpoints before we they have given me. While my have taught them "how much fun Into a ball of furry fury. Although to lose a youth on the bat In love with Ashley. and so they IP Part of the Jacltllft ,,,
and It Is to walk" and that they expect -II the nearest rat be tlefield than a mature adult. Navy exp .
make remarks lightly spoken stay here In the hospital wont may were married. S i'am. the alll!

unjust to the rural child? be much longer. my husband has return to home.walk regularly when they ten miles away, I can point under The march of events since the "This Irritated Scarlett no end,11 travel expends Governl'lent'

Our day (we men and women) mailed me each week a copy of the davenport or back of a door Civil War has made the fallacy and so In quick succession she, COlft Of food, ,atd *

Is NOW they (our children) are the Telegraph and I am keepingup Plenty of biking. firing of mod or most anywhere and he'll start of both these assumptions more married for spite and cash re and oUter lOdging"

the men and women of tomorrow with the news there. Hoping ern weapons Including the new I to sniff and claw and bark and and more apparent. Our falling spectively, a couple of tellers I Candidates equipment.
to be back Garand rifles the 37 mlllmeter whine himself Into a perfect; who
-54. and the more advantages they soon. birth rate and cessation of Immigration whose names we didn't get. But I compute the
; bare of an education the better Your friend anti-tank gun the machine rifles frenzy; have put on youth the then neither did Scarlett forlong. eligible for 30.day CI'Ii

!4i. kj prepared citizens they will make. Mrs. W. D. Faxon. and the .30 caliber machine guns "A dumb animal," you say. premium of scarcity. The mech- I( Reserve apPointlllenl

n. A k an Investigation from our Mobile Infirmary. have been oa the schedule regularly Yes, but not much dumber than anization of modern war has pro- '|I ment In Midshipmen
"Our Uncle Lum a
county school Superintendent and a lot of BO called humans we I ceeded to a point where the qual: considered i I to qualify 90.day cour e 0

-,. School Board and see what can Gainesville. Fla. An overnight bike is planned meet every day. During the past ities of middle age (mechanical; playing Rhett but turned It' down, as Ensign5 them for ap

be done with these 1,000 of our July IT, 1940 'for July 31-August 1, when the'few weeks In this country a lot training, general experience and I when he found out there wasn't lIerves. III the VOunt!
.- :
Children crowded into a 500 cap- To The Editor: trainees with full pack will of otherwise sane and normal calm Judgment) are more Important anything' but mint in the mint I"

nacay school building. May we I You will find enclosed moneyto march to Black Rock Lake about human beings are acting pretty than the extraordinary physical juleps. I The first cruise win j :.

aU think of them as "our child- renew my subscription. I hopeI ten miles from Atlanta pitch much like the little dog I've been I endurance and the reckless I "During the selge of Atlanta I July 16 on the USS Wyot

rea.... can pay before the. time runs camp- and alojtn -In-. tontjt---- rllirlfla------0 ta.lklnJl'1 a twki 11. I I'courage of'youth. only three things were running. additional cruises WU| lit .
-
ana next lime ror i nice my home the night pack up and returnto I Vivid Belle's place Prissy's nose and I lodically until January
Remember the merchant lOUt tales of "fifth column" There is no longer any good I I r
buBlneHS places readily agreed to'' Always glad to get the camp. The training period activities in connection with the I'eason-If ever such reason ex, the laundry that kept Rhett'a Gunnery, navigation, enr,
on Thursday afternoons'i home news. Yours truly. ends August 6. European conflict have white suits snow white. You'dhave J I communications and otk
i uy open I suddenlyawakened Isted-why the third of our pou- Mcai Ir skills
Mrs. Evle Johnson. will
L when strawberries were still Inseason. I us to the fact that ulation between forty and sixty loved Belle. Everybody be taujht.

_ They endured some heat,! THERESSABy similar operations are In progressin should not share equally the bur- did. I f During the three-momh!

_,, and lack of pleasure for a few Training Reveals Mr. A. L. Sullivan America. Thousands of folks I den of war with the third between "Melanle's baby arrived about t' course candidates viili re,

_ extra dollars. So let's take our I Civilians "Soft : who for months paid no atten- twenty and forty the same time Sherman did. Both I! same pay allowance M j

minds off "cold storage" and E. S. Sibley was transacting tion to the findings of the Dies I were equally welcome to Scarlett., (, men of the regular Nav,'
On the side of humanitarianIsm
think of the welfare of our children Need ConditioningIf business In Starke Saturday aft Committee, who have looked with I "It was. so far as our pains-j course however, may bi)
or sentiment If will,
: and county. The great commandment I ernoon. no alarm on "bunds" or numer- there you for taking research has revealed the 1 poned in order not to
other
is I "love thy neighbor trainees at the special business Mrs. D. W. Moore is visiting in ous other subversive activities,, are reasons spar- first baby ever born in techni-i with college courses 0
the 1
ing A of the
aa thyself" and may we make and professional men's Citl- Belle Glade having been calledto have suddenly come out of their young. tragedy color. -I civilian activities
'
or county the best in the state i rens' Military Training Camp. located i I the bed side of her daughter- slumber to star a "witch hunt" last war was the loss of so many "Anyway the South lost the

and our Bradford high a better I i at Fort McHherson Ga.. in-law. Mrs. Howard Moore whois that If not curbed and Intelligently able talented young men war again in the picture. (What Bus SCHlDtH
I
and greater school. ( 'have their way about It, the con- very ill In her home there.W. directed can prove as cruel But the overpoweringly decisive could you expect with a lot of Northbound

United we stand divided we i ifan. ditioning program they are get- W. Packham and James and inhuman as anything a Nazi I reason why we must amendour Yankee producers ?) and Scarlett Leaves Starke at 2%h

ting Is not going to stop when Trlest were visitors to Miami Gestapo might devise.America draft system springs from married Rhett to get even with 12:30: p. moo 1:45 p. m,

A Reader. they go home August 6. Thursday and Friday of last has rightfully been I the brutal facts of our population him. m., and 10:10: p. m.Southbouid.

(Dear Editor: Please print If In the third week of their 30- termed the "melting pot" of the trends. We simply cannot "Their married life was just

you think worthwhile. If not day voluntary military training week.Mrs.. Adam Kelsay and I. world for our 130,000,000 peopleare afford, from the standpoint of like setting In hell's tire and Leaves Starke at 2:40:

the waste basket (ta probably program the civilian leaders from Joe visited her sister. Mrs. Pearl son made up of a conglomerate national survival, to toss away listening to the heavenly choir. 10:20: a. mOo 2:20: p. m. i

I baddy. Thanks.) eight southern states are begin- mass of several hundred thousand young "Finally after p. m
I I Bryan, of Hobe Sound last week. descendants of vry na Melanie died
ning to get hardened and as their tionality. They represent ; men In a war (the doctor's always right) Scar- Westbound

Gainesville Florida physical hardness improves are of Mi and Mrs. A. A. Y ungblood 'i creed and color and they every have Modern war can, In the main lett realized that she didn't love Leaves Starke at J,55

July 15, 1940 realizing how soft their civilian Waldo were dinner guests"of' come to us from the ends of the be fought about as well by the Ashley but Rhett. Scarlett was I and 11:30: a. m.

Deer Mr. Matthews: I 'life had become. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley Sun-I'' earth. fathers and te r and f a thers. or as changeable, as a babv's under- Ea"Ibound
_ -
Ranker E. L. Molpus has kindly I l:. u. jMimer n Home ua., automobile day.w. --- Among them "gaffers." as by prospective fath- wear. Leaves Starke at 5 20 p
'
sent me a copy of the "Tele- dealer said he "never felt Miss. w, packnam and daughter, Germany France are, many born In ers. War Is subject to the same "However Rhett had had Ticket office and bUiConway'S

Kraph" of July 12th in which you better In my life" and that sore Hazel were visitors to Fer- Russia or Italy, Belgium underlying technical changes that enough of her foolishness and Service Station
nandina some other
_ hare featured our recent forestry muscles Sunday.Mr. country. apply In and when Highways 13 and 48.
are beginning to Industry agriculture. she told
I and Mrs.! Roy Dennison Additional millions are only one him he says
tamonatratlon meeting I near "to straighten out." The military' and children of Gainesville generation removed from the "old The machine is saving labor on Frankly my dear I don't givea

_ Elarke. I training is!! coming up to expectations guests of Mrs. Dennison's were country" but if they were born the battlefield as in factory and damn.' TO CHECK
I should like to express to you he said.. parents. field.
E. L.
Matthews Mr. and Mrs. W. W Packham in America or have become natur- "Neither by this time did the .
our sincere appreciation for the editor of "
the Bradford audience.
County alized they As war becomes .
I Sunday afternoon.Mr. are just as much increasingly
fine In
way which have I
you pre Telegraph. Starke Fla. said
the
Americans and mechanized-and I have followed
just
and Mrs. C. as much
J seated R. Barber and entitled Ham
our meeting to read- J.
taste of Donovan World
your military life War
was teaching I the
course of
_ I children to enjoy its blessings change from Cha-
Roger and
and
ers. I am firmly convinced that all of the trainees I Gale were commander 0 f the "Fighting IRk.B'OTEL'LEAMINGTO
rril managed forest land both on1 I'they had not previously many known things guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sib- I as protection as you and I. Likewise less teau-Thierry to Spain-less and 69th," in This Week New York. .
good Americans emphasis Is
placed
Cann and elsewhere can be made'about active ley Monday night Mr. and Mrs. they are justas on a tI0UD
patriotism and
"most
Barber were en-- -!.nnf----. tn-- h4.... ... loyal and ready to defend this soldier's brawn, more and more I
home In West Palm',Beach after |I 'country against its enemies who- on his brain instead of marCh

: How: Can I Cut Food Costs?" a visit of several weeks In Sam- soever they may be. Ing to war, today's soldier ridesto :

bridge. Georgia. I From the days of the American war on wheels. '1

S.. Katharine Fisher Mrs. H.. G. Jarrell and little'1'Revolution up to the present, the It was a middle-aged army

Vlrtclor, Cao4 H/ttiftf iHtlimit daughter of Jacksonville are'I'blood I of every nationality, every that held off the Germans In the N. E. 1st Street'at Biscayne Boulevard

v spending the week with her par- I 'creed and every color has first battle of Ypres Frequently Overlooking Bayfront Park
and
Biscayne Bay
Answer Some of Your Ions ents. Mr. and I in
Quest iCM Mrs. W W. Pack- 'mingled on the battlefield that tight spots I have seen

ham.Mrs. America and all it stands for older men become rallying points Opposite Union Bus Station
you>> tut fit afrtvwayi inuhich f maytaftlytut corner in my meat Ittllif H. for
.D. May and Miss Ida might live.During young troops on the verge of

It' poor economy to buy low-grade meat. Select meats that boar Hagan were visitors to Starke the past few panic MIAMI FLORIDAOne
weeks I
the packer' or !government' quality stamp. For your savory pot runntij. Tuesday. l have Mature In their
encountered I men. fifties
stews meat pies, chopped-meat dishes. meat loaf, etc., choose such Rev. Godwin of Maxvllle will hysterical rumors and Block From Shopping District And Amuse
thrifty cut a* chuck. neck flank or rump of beef neck or breast of veal. preach at the and wild talk about this or sixties pilot our crack railway -
and shoulder or neck of lamb. Always ak for the meat trimmings1); Baptist Church 1 that citizen suspected of being a trains. Railroad work is SUMMER
at RATES DECEMBER
Cinmerod with vegetable and well seasoned they make lunciou, hearty Sunday 11:00: o'clock. Everybody "fifth columnist." Ugly rumors hard exacting, and calls for UNTIL

Mle soup.' Buy beef or lambs' liver-It'"* cheaper and just as healthful as Invited to attend. i absolutely unfounded as to fact, highly skilled experts To Single Room with Bath-$1.50; Double Room with BatMIAMI'S -
Frequently serve fish "buys, loch a* cod. haddock quick-froron L. L. Youngblood left last week 1 based only day men of fifty or
on a German, even
II'fth. codfish cakes canned salmon for name, an sixty
Lake
,
or grated tuna. Don't forget diei-n City where he will enter
Italian are
.d egg dishes: fondues, cheese salads, omelets etc. the Government accent or some other non- younger than men of forty MOST POPULAR HOTELdeReadvbvbi4Z
Hospital for. sensical were a. generation
triviality. ago.-Col.
"IPhat about milk? I treatment. "'L.. L __ y- WitI I
AlthoufH have welch ,I..
to pvnnlf, 4 mil loose talk ana theRe
I don't ivanl la skimp on foatl my family ihouU ham to Warren and Eugene Young-i rumors are picked silly
/c". fit." blood returned last up by thought -
week to their 1 less fanatical
home In people, to be en-
There' a wise mother! Many of u trylnjr to be their father Tampa L. after L. a visit with 1 larged upon and passed along until .

: thrifty fall to get Into our meala enough calciuman Mrs. Youngblood. they are magnified into hideous -
important health builder. Yet we can get calcium Josephine Sullivan spent Indictments that

economically by using milk and cheese generously. the week-end here with her- son, i untold harm and can work
injustice
Be aura each child gets 1 qt. of milk daily to drink C. Sullivan. ]honest upon
,
in or on cereal*, or in cooked foods. Adult need 1 pt. Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan were upright loyal American
each. (Cheese may supply part of this.) Line evaporated shopping in Starke citizens.
or dried milk for some of your cookmtc-you ernoon. Saturday aft. S I realize full well as do all
ret the same food value for less money. Often serve Americans today that
MtHAII". PISUIS Miss Murrel Hall subversive -
thrifty milk'.oupe of and little
beans
corn potatoes I i activities
peas are
PIrctor .I fish. Serve vegetables in cheese brother Bobby of being carried
sauce; scalloped/ diahes Starke visited ,
"'.lg "I 1- of vegetable, fish cheese or meat: cheese In *alad. their grandmother Mrs. Lydia have been
and salad dressings; milk desserts of rico or treat'fradding. Hall Monday afternoon. i carried on here for a long time.

custards ice cream, blanc mange etc. H. D. May was ]I[ further realize that It Is IM
transacting
]
PERATIVE
-".., art IOnIC o/ tht shopping lip that it ill Leap prtcloui permit from, business in Jacksonville Tuesday. I be stamped that such activities
out. and
-aJain. ttihfit t mi rt....!?'' omrurvBut ----- ,

bull save It you keep a reminder pad In the kitchen for Jotting 1915 Prediction TELLIGENT there is a SANE and IN- _

town staples a* soon as they're used up. You'll save If you make up your the way to do it, and
Market lilt with your menu before you. Decide Just how much of each Almost TrueAn government has set up a

ten vou will need. by referring your recipe You'll ave if you buy special department of the F. B. I. X/'BSTBRDAY'S gone and tomorrow count on is that prices won't be lower!

.....- in quantities a* large as your storage space and your family* article printed In 1914 charged with the Job. It Is not JL hasn't come-but
**tiotr habit permit. Cocoa baking powder jama. salad dressings, pre your job or mine to here's today to
aId: and alive oils and canned foods are only a few of the items on dicting the present German con on fellow pass jUdgment make the most of and get Meantime current figures* on a W,
of any something
which you can ave by buying in large-aize can or jars. Soap. paper quest France and other war citizen. If with
Ioweb'. etc.* bought in quantity are sometime lower, too. Remember: activities of Germany was brought we have any basis for suspecting done! hundred-plus i horsepower Buick

th.it pennies laved soon add up to dollars. to our attention this week by J. either Individuals or groups our the only mlcropo' -b alanceJ enintin
duty la
-. :...s can I'd.. about leftover? They art (ortirr e problem." H.article"Jack"Is Fields.found The In Conklin's amazing complete to details report to with the full nearest and And what's more sen existence start .t

Avoid unnecessary leftovers by knowing how much to buy for your Manual and Edison's F. B. I. agent and we can rest sible all things considered for the
fa ttly. When you do have them chill them covered and deliberately Encyclopedia assured
wi' r .them into the next day' menus or the real. If its leftover lamb, under the heading of "Der that the matter will be than to turn $895 businCOUpCi"

tt ''croquette*, stew goulash lamb curry etc. If it'* beef, the right Tag"-Germany's "The Day." The Investigated promptly. And since in that
a. ,j cr* are: hash croquette ttuircd pepper, etc. If it's a vegetable, predictions were made as far you and I are untrained and inclined car, that has ,

.bin it with the one for tomorrow' dinner; make it into a cream back aa 1915. to employ snap judgment seen its best days, on at FJi"
*k :>: uso it in snails; add it to your salad dressing; serve it creamed. or go off half cocked ____ delivered
"Not long after the Spanish it behooves a brand ___________
C'' If Its a fruit. mold it in gelatin for dessert or salad. Or serve it us to refrain from new, brightnew Mich. transport.Jtion
5-, cake. If it'* egg yolks hard-cook them in boiling water then mince War according to the U. S. 'War expressing our ;
I '
V. t Uosa i in sauces salads, salad dressings sandwich fillings etc. Cyclopedia.' quoting the tesu-I'I own suspicions or starting ugly soundandsolidnew fbasedonrailratessiaK
mony of Major N. rumors and better that we Buick \)
await ? a"1'optional
A. if
-
(
4.J. >f ui ttiamut can f Lvrp.d qiiutur my foot allouianct In bounJt anj Hill give the family thi. Dr. W. T. Honaday. In a letter the findings of the F. B. I. and local....

from Dr. Hornaday In the New I I. Let us keep our feet on the equip"01
When erange. grapefruit or tangerine are Inexpensive serve them York 'Tribune' of ground. our heads clear and Nobody has to ,.nynU
let
V.Iy. M* jUice. in salad, fruit fruit August 11. and accessoriesextrtYes
cups. drinks a* dessert*. etc. Dun our actions and it's _
sqreze* or peel I them in advance; they lose! vitamin C. Ue lemons freely ; 1913, a German diplomat Von ] guided our tongues be good It couldn't

in ialad dressings in desserts. to tep-up spinach etc. Work plenty (., Goetzen told an American Army by tolerance. Justice and have II "
fair previous T.J"/Y'
Itijh or canned tomatoes or tomato juice into your daily imaln. Add them officer: 'About 15 years now(1Jp I play. It Is possible to be d'a Buick pro better get set-now!

la, your *oup' or stews. Scallop tomatoes with other cheap vegeUtbloa, my country Germany -firm and. yet not fanatical.with 5 otherwise Nobody Buick dealer is making deals too go..
'
*u hv a* spinach or cabbage. Serve th.m -
with lima
rice
macaroni, W' will start her I has to tell
aaUuon jellied a. alad. etc. Serve ahredded raw green cabbage fr.. will be in great war She reference tb Germany. We you it's a mighty smart buy to pass h y,
..iurnttyr alune or with taw carrot, other Paris In about two do not -looking
vegetables, or fruits in aalaJs. propose to take ahead
any of one
tie serve cabbage cooked quickly (8 to 10 months after the commencement thing you can
mm.): the longer the cookirg your territory, but we do
&he more vitamin C you lone. Serve other vegetable, as well tut banana. of hostilities. Her move on Paris to take a billion Intend
pplu4, and canned and dried fruit. often. will be but a step to her real ob from New York or more dollars/ '/r

Tim a ....IIII'.. haunktrptr. P,..... Irll mt kott to buy thrifty and ,ktalthf ject-the crushing of England. places.' and other i.iiiRegIster
... Everything will I I
-.1.1. move like clock- I Mr. Fields
Green, cabbage salad work. We will be prepared and!!, explains that Ger .
green green. carrots yellow turnips w'nttf many. according to the above
"qua 'h. pot.tlWl. string; beans pea, and tomatoes are lilt.. purcba*** others will not be prepared. I article. is about nine ,
Vf atch local market price Market speak of this because years beI ..
.
vegetables (in season) are uiuall) of the con hind her schedule. -
.
better and cheaper. Buy them ,yourself 1 Then you can check on freihi.***. nection which It will have with I.I Mr. Fields said "when"However." LIIMPIA. OP -.
quality and bargain Keep this
perishable vegetable in was
your refrigera'cr your own country. Some
to conserve vitamin C. Cook months written the World War
vegetable In their skin No.
or thin' \ 1
par after :
Sleam: or bull them covered in t in. of boiling ; we finish our work In was Just under
water. Don't fond way good. Germany
value down the sink. Use canned and quick-froien pour Europe we will take New York. I'(' did know Motor
vegetables wh.ne".t not at the time Compan;
jrou can. They're richer in minerals and I and probably Washington
vitamins than many mar*.l and that she was" to lose that
vegetables. In war
heating canned vegetables such as peas, boil the Uqllitho.n -\ hold them for some time. We and that I. she _
why is
half add the poa*, and heat. You save food value. 'will put.,your country In Its place late" nine years I STARKE, FLORIDAPAGE



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26. 10.10 BRADFORD COI-NTT TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
I PAGE TOUCH:
j I loaded, out of reach of ar a
small to r
Kid Accidents Save children, and never treating fire. which operate any machine around tor catch up with them, when Dr.; tie for land and life In the vast
m h"mu8t work ,
arms otherwise than as danger closely. Blondin refuses to loan them any pine barrens of Southern Georgia,
I Provide 50 Years
ous weapons, nailing down the adequate guards for all more money, when there is no which to a Yankee lumber com- I Ago I i
av.; Live Longer loose stair tread, would prevent machinery. I gasoline for their ancient launch, pany meant a fortune in timber, i''" i
.- everyone of the accidents Each I Keep machinery and tools well when there are no fish to catch, but to Mlcajah Corn meant home. (Items from the Telegraph t. '
V \V Thrush) organizations, parent-teacher associations operation would take but a few : oiled and In good condition I and their game cock is dead, then This squatter does not know much files of July 1800)) I :

Illchard Aid and Acprevention schools and clubs, emphasizing moments and virtually no effort I Handle animals gently and care -but that's the story. about titles and surveys, but he I The catering for our local columns I
erector First American the need and value of And if these and other equally fully; teach children to do like I i "Other Gods" by Pearl S. Duck. knows the borders of the land he I' has this week depended 1,
wise. .
Cross being safety-minded. Group simple precautionary measures 'I From the winner of the Nobel wrested from the wilderness, and upon Master Avery Powell, who ; ; '
Red studies of home and farm conditions were undertaken in every home I Keep away from lone trees Prize for Literature he knows how to .shoot I Is a smart boy and a born re- 1 i
comes now a
of mechaniza- lectures, questionalres, movIng I and on every farm In the United during electrical storms 'I I You will find the above described porter. i

ontne Jwhole made lifer pictures, posters and accident States, tho u sands of persons I Do as, much work during day. I broadly I conceived novel on the books in the Public Library Claude Alvarez gave a ..blrtJa,0.
theme
everyone vwo'n the farm hazard surveys compose the major would be spared long and painful light hours as possible Unless I of hero-worship, in which I which Is open from one day party to his young friend l
however
of I as in her works .
always ,
drawingr a series part of the nation-wide pro- convalescence and millions of dol- : properly lighted, hazardous locations I until five-thirty dally, except Tuesday nIgh
or will | It Is the people, not the theme I
other implements gram. lars would be saved annually I such as haymows and silos '! Sunday Ice cream blocks are going lib j
the
scene, who the
what for- lor are story, .
I
In must be avoided after dusk.I I
day Accidents
.h In a most frequently occur addition to fatalities, home 'and what goes on within them fans in a bait room. ,
week or longer. because of accidents To increase safety in the home Visits Birmingham
last
a existing hazards or year resulted in 4 ,
ook hatched more to be told than what they Tale Powell has some pear ,
milked eggs are cotton i. conditions. With a little effort, 1700,000 injuries and an estimated make a survey of the house Are I'': do and soy. The book opens on July 12, J. T. Kirkland Jr. trees loaded with fruit. 2 111.I I
washed, even a proper amount of caution economic loss of $600,000,000 ; the floors and stairways kept
mechanical means and according clear of a lofty peak In the Himalayas, local agent for the Liberty National Prof G. P. Looney will open a
ed by) the use of common sense, these to figures recently made unnecessary obstructions, ;| where
done a young American has Just Life Insurance Company, private school In Melrose.Mr. .
formerly in good well lighted 1 2
repair,
public. and
almost Agriculture
tasks can always be
fiber overcome. I accounted for gone to the alone, in brll-
top returned
a from
might a two-day trip to A.
not E. Moitt has to !
close slippery. gone
Careful distinction to 600,000
and arduoUS lair must be made injuries of which lian Shifts '"
the And 'approximately Are porches and balconies dash. briefly to Pe-Ing Birmingham Ala., given free by his old home at the Bermuda ,,11'
uded In between the cause and agent of 125,000 were serious protected where he meets Kit Tallant, the the to '
Company him and
other ;f'
drive I Islands for i'' '
wants to with a summer visit.
secure railings, with
and
e farmer mishap. The former may lie in a probable economic daughter of an old and honored state agents. En route to Birmingham
clirobs Into an auto- exercise of loss, as sound foundations, even flouts'' large party of picnickers h4 I Ia '"
represented I'I'A
poor Judgment, lack by medical ,' I'family. Married quickly, they they visited the District ;
fand'awly he< goes. of knowledge, experience or skill expenses, loss of wages and other I and good screening? ( sail home to an America gone offices at Valdosta Columbus, pleasant time on Lake Kln s- i'.I,?,1'
brought Items If your home 1s supplied with ley, the fourth. ,
of
.echanlzatlon has while at work, whereas the agent approximately $75,000000. ,- I wild with acclaim for Bert Ga., and Opelatka, Ala From \J, ,
certain problems A good might be a machine or animal.A I electricity, is the wiring well insulated 'Holmes, its newettt idol. From there they went to Birmingham, Mr. J. M. Truby and family I ;t '
must know loose sleeve are switches in order and !! will leave for New York state ,.
today not only Is caught in These figures mean a terrific then on the story la of an American where all agents were shown
d animalbe but be must moving machinery. But an elemental strain on human emotions as wellas Iin ances wife locations,? and are hero, and more especially of through the main offices of the i soon after the first of August for \ )

handy with safety principle when a tremendous waste of lives I shockproof apPu.1 the Inner life and outward acts company and were "brushed up" a visit < '.
Are tools and
,
nd i last but by no means working near machinery Is to and property. And virtually all I''struments guns in safe of loCH learning what it Is to be ,I on all branches of the InsurancebllldnellM. I The llriulford) County Guard ; ,

e must know his safety avoid loose or flappy clothing. I could be eliminated by exerciseof I of reach of kept youngsters places and out are the wife of a man who U public- A banquet was held have ordered their uniforms. f I'

Someone enters a stall and the ; proper caution and common in hero-number-one. for the agents Friday, at 12.30: Happy Hampton! She has Invented -
they and
good repair
accidental deaths In horse, suddenly aroused, lashes sense. always "Llghtwood" by Bralnard Che p ,m, In the dining room of the a talking stump and baa
I used with due care ?
year approximated 4.30O.rsent3 out with one or both feet. But I If all of us could visualize what Do you keep a can of kerosene ney, This is the story of a bat- Truvlller Hotel stump speeches every day. I,
more than 25 per safe practice demands the animal can happen when we fall to
apply -
'I handy for use when startingthe
all occupational fatalities. ,I be spoken, to and gentled before our elemental horse sense, kitchen fire? Lam year more ,

,mer 13 dependent largely approaching. I whether at work or in leisure than 5,000 persons died from ''I
j own resources! and in- I While passing through a door- time. If we could see the 'results burns and explosions occurring at ,}

With doctors! generallyay way, the farmer brushes against in terms of broken bones, home, many of them resulting
ambulances and hos- 'a projecting nail, breaks the skin mangled hands, excruciating burns from this piactice. I
''
ew, it Is Imperative that ; on his arm and blood poisoning 'and possible sorrow and Badness II Has your chimney been leaned

ever on guard against ac- develops. A few taps with a that may be visited upon a family :, recently are pipes safely locate ,I
inxolvlng not only himself, hammer would have eliminated because of accidents caused solely i and conected and Is the fireplace :

I members of his family. possibility of the wound.A | by carelessness, the number of' properly screened ?

ay be long in coming,-and gun is kept where everyonecan 'mishaps would be reduced Immediately -I Do you keep matches in a noninflammable :
i fact, as well as for eco- reach it. An accidental shoot. I If we all realized in container, such as a
reasons, the farmer can ing occurs. To keep it in a spot advance that by doing something i ''
I tin can, and are they out of reach
least afford to meet with safe from young hand would bea in a certain way not only would : of .small children?
,
simple matter.A I Injury result but there would be
Do you keep the children away
itants of rural areas might loose board causes someoneto I hospital and doctor bills to pay, I from the kitchen stove and ,
1 to run a double risk In- trip and pitch headlong downa !I that as a result of this unexpected open fireplaces ? from I

,s accidents are concerned. flight of stairs. But a hammer expense many of us would I, Avoiding accidents is largely a ,
and nail would have be in serious financial
home is generally an In- prevented the difficulty I matter of foreseeing what may
part of the farm, all mem- probably injury and possible there is no question but that all happen if a thing is done a certain

( the family are exposed death. I would be more careful in going way or under certain con) ,
ly to mishaps within its Each of the above Instances Is about our daily affairs. ditions. By giving even a small ifi -: i

!, which last year claimed classed as an accident. But every | Adoption of even the most amount of attention to the mutter

32000 lives, but also to one is avoidable. Proper precau- i elemental safety rules will pay of Increasing farm and home I y
hat go with agriculture. tions in handling the animal, eliminating Immediate and extensive dividends safety, wonders will be accomplished -

American Red Cross Is the projecting nail, wearing I in life, limb and good, !, says the American Red
i seeking to Increase safety .proper clothing when work- I hard cash. Those that follow demand Cross ,

ericas farms. Its home and ing with machinery, waiting a no great expenditure of ef t,
I It
Accident Prevention divt- few.moments for the fire to catch, I'fort or time. Analysis will show Have You Read
working with agricultural keeping the gun, loaded or un- that each Is based on sound, ,r
mon sense. And each com-I Iea
"Night In Bombay" by Louis i, ,
found to be good practice Bromfield. The steamer from t f
FUNERAL DIRECTOR the standpoint of making the ) )
Europe brought to Bombay an
f Many, Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render farm pay greater returns "ted'group of I I'I
oddly assoi passengers
EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE I Restrict the use of certain --Wainwright, an Amerl. I I IA
machines to adults trained In their l ''it
MODERATE PRICES .
can buflne man; a Mrs Trol- "j
DeWITT C. JONES operation. lope, whose husband was in Jail:
I Locate workman so that they
Starke Florida the no-called Haronc Stephanie I II "
can quickly stop? an engine used I whose past was something for, hI
'
gossipy speculation and whose .' ''i''
purpose in coming to India wall I l r ( a4s 1 a '!

even more shady; and ft fabulously I. I
wealthy man known as'' I

"Jelly" to hiM gambling compan-
JrA-! ions. Approaching Bombay by ,, ca s / s r a a t i

train from the :Xirth': was Homer

j'\ I :Merrill, an Amp,, an whose wok

I with the natlwas about <> I'ii'I
ta !fling him i r'e'):llltion from Uw' w Y'

; Pettish authoii!: ii, anil Miss, in town.
j I Carol Hnlma. i irmerly "Mlm loaded we've the greatest buys $
i :nneapolis+ win, had with herd II | Bases arc down on all the makes
in jewel case ,tl.it was worth a batted prices driving; ; t
peak
TIIC
I I king's ransom .1:1,1: ,I who had, left models that we've g ot.
and anal
the gaiety and l '>i,ulence of a nn-I our stock is big ; + l
cuminF'-and \
'
r live prince' pnlare because the, season's after so we priced J ,
3 sa
we're
prince's native wives were fceil- ';: varied, Sates are what
mg her f slowworking'poison. .
Ilinmfi'II J,I, using these 'j ; ::4i OUC SIOC, t0 gOl anal knock it out
4 characters, spins ,< story that: Is Pick yourself a honey ; J(

f f u yr'i < complicated and I fast-moving and Score the best used c not f cue "
good entert ainmt'! c; of the lot. arc look ,I
"\ 'Hd Ceese Culling" by Stewart lift. Come in today if you
E.lwarclVhJlI" From the remote
hills of Sc'"'!land to the New I sizzling bargain !

'Y ,4, England coa-t t across North I
yxA
e t D
l1GR < America to he( Pu-iflc, and noithwinil ,
I again to tNIMs of Alaska I

the Clan of M! i' lock blazed Its I Ifl' rl' THE BARGAIN i BOX SE/
trail. Thin! sin'' .' Is a vlviJ and i
exciting story ,,1'' ''wo young pcopie. |

John and :Silly, Murdock, in '


the colorful magnlfUe-u where and ,'I pi,',,,,.,ncsque; Alaska meet all charac-wilderness the- 1939 Ford Deluxe Fordor 1937 Ford Tudor


ters that ur* (o't> i' I along a fron-


t } I tier"Bethel Men' .y" by Sinclair' : Price $600.00 Price $300.09

Lewis, Is the gn'st most lighthearted -
novel ? e. author hoot!'I
V1r4f I written and ,
..has i a fine study\ of the summer
!theatre Fin' l I... r Lewis known
the stage kno>' s It alt an author'and ''

y' n'q I n a pUywi, L '11 The detail. 1939 Ford Deluxe d1938 Dodge Pickup

of this! stage-,t" nek girl's tour I ,
Into a seasoned 'ouper; Into an
actress to be dep l < n
([ admired and and de"n injiected. to her for profession sincerity ', Price $600.00 Price $300.00 r .

I form the clearly marked ,
"? I pattern of the r."vel! j \

"No More Cm" by Nordhoft ,
and Hall. This U a tale the I

' x- of reader will I..ugh over and remember -,
The refreshing experience for a ,9 written from 1936 Chevrolet Coach 1931 Ford Fordor Sedan

Coca-Cola the knowledge and love, of a groupof
millions has made people who may be South Sea

Islanders but are so like people
drink everybody knows. Four generations everyone knows When the fishing Price $125.00J.
Price
/ / fri Is good, old Jonas Tuttle $250.00
I have approved its "delicious I ends his boys out fishing. When
I the fishing Is bad they hope to

have foundin i pick up a few dollars with their
and refreshing" taste. cock. And when all else

distinctive I! fighting falls, they can borrow money W. Andrews Jr.
ice-cold Coca-Cola a I from Dr. Blondin. Somehow 't
deems to be enough
I there always
after-sense of happy refreshment. food for one weekly feast, attended Starke, Florida
as a matter of coune by ;tI
ti the neighbor from miles around.


PAUSE THAT REFRESHES for Somehow dancing there, singing are always and tbe noun uproarious WE*UNDERSELL'EM I] L1uI!

BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY Ot THH COOWXJtA CO.: BY from a sufficiency laughter which of wine comes and f fnqy J

STARKE COCA-COLA BATTLING: COMPANY food. And when at last the credi lp

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Mr. and Mrs. Vini I to have. Her first recIpe !Is for thru. of thing that ---

SOCIETY and CLUBS 1 gHosts baked beans. In fear' and trembling: this will world, or are actually Ire
At Supper PartyMr. do: IIorne
of pork and beans. day to
2 large cans Almost to
Fly to the mountains and to the a bUndrt4
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i and Mrs. L. D. Vining were 1 large onion quartered. in 1842 YIta I
-
Baptist W M. S. Meeting Methodist, Intermediates Congressman and Mrs. Green hosts Wednesday night at the AdS 1 bell pepper1 chopped. To glens bogs, and forests and wild Hal.. was pSSS "
sweet-
Was Held Last Week Enjoy Camp Life Entertain For Neiccs: kins summer home on Kiagsley Brown sugar or syrup ( dens. Pie of his s 1114 lilt

f i'Lake at a delightful* supper party,S ened to taste). For tempests will rage and pie' for mMtV the have lilt

Mrs A. M. Darby, president of Twelve members of the Methodist Friday and Saturday, several : honoring their house guests :Mrs 2 tablespoons shortening. oceans will roar, years that have IIlnet)

the Baptist Woman's Missionary Intermediate Epworth LeagueS girls were the guests of Mr. and i i Carrie Jane' Rushln, Mrs. Bette 1 cup chopped sweet pickle. And Gabriel stand on sea and Poem scarcely gone,

Society, led the ogranlzatlon Inan returned to Starke Saturday after 1.frlt. Lex Green -who entertained ,i Green. Mrs. James E. Allen of 2 cups hot water. shore. that go like this noticing: hla

inspiring devotional at the I enjoying a week of fun, camp for their nelces. Misses Betty and I I Dublin, Ga., and Mrs. Margaret Mix well and bake thirty min 'For I dipt

program and business meeting at life, and Instruction at Camp Carolyn Green. at the Green cot- Dickens of Marianna. utes. Then lay strips of baconor And as he toots his wondrous as human into the tut

the Baptist Church Monday aft- Deer Lake In the' Ocala National tage on Kingaley Lake. The spacious lake cottage was I pork chops on toop and<< cook born Saw eye coul41ee;

S ernoon. Mrs. W. J. Eppersonlead Forest. Those girls Invited to attendon decorated In a rustic manner for until meat ta done about twenty Old worlds shall die, and new and the vl hon of the

In.a er. "The young people participated the week-end house party this lovely affair. minutes. be born. woul all the.9lOlldel1
be
Mr.''Vk'b. Powell, leader of In games sports. and the various were: Muses :Margie M&thews Supper was served buffet styleS, Her second recipe is for "fiah In the air men shall be seen ;

I' circle nunleer one was in chargeof classes offered them and Gayle Sewell. Jean Davis, Betty on a long table placed on fry hush puppies- and :Mrs. Burne'y In white, In black, In green; Saw the heavens fin .?"

the afternoon'* program and benefitted by the Information on Speer Snooky Corpening. Marian screened porch. Mrs. Vining was I says that these are deliciousto sr '*"*
but or
Now yet they shall
,
strange .
L Mrs. Paul Raymond, Mrs. Ennle league work they received. The Dowling, Helen Dowling. and assisted<< in serving by Mrs. Aklns, make out on a fish fry or that

Mrs. H. A., Lawson Mrs. T. J. knowledge gained at the camp Margaret Smith. D. P. Carpenter, and Mrs. T. T. they may be made up at home be true, Pilots of the

Alderman, and Mrs. Darby assisted win be used for the betterment For two delightful days and and her: house guest, Mrs. LeRoyRoano and fried In the same pan in ,The world upside down shall be, dropping down PUrple IltiJ t

S in discussion of the of the Jocal league. Those attending I nights the girls spent their time of Jacksonville. Mrs. D. which the fish are cooked. I I And gold shall be found In the baleR: 9lllb

i 'gram subject The Ties pro-I the camp were: Misses. swimming, boating relaxing in I P. Carpenter and Mrs. T. T. 4 cups of coin meal sifted with roots of a tree. Heard the heaven

Bind," and the relation to Patsy Keen, Ida Lulu Davis, Mar- the sun sleeping. eating. enjoying Long. 1-2 cup flour. Thru hills men shall ride. shouting; and flU i

Christianity, and our obligations I Jorle Davis, Virginia Sewell each other company, and Those Invited to enjoy me evening 3 teaspoons baking powder. And horse nor ass ,be at his aide. ghastly dew( there lib>

; to our neighboring countries. Wanda Pearce, Barbara Keen. Mr. and Mrs. Green's wholesome with the hosts and honorees 1 salt.
S teaspoon From
*1 At the business meeting which Frances Colley, Freddie Wlmber- hospitality. were: Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson 1 scant teaspoon black pepper. Georgia-Florida the nations' airy

followed the circle reports, MTLS. ley, Shirley Colly Arline Dew. Friday night; Mrs. Green gavea Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mr. 1 scant teaspoon sugar. grappling |In the central

E. Sparks moved to create a and Nina Bishop and Comer, Ferryman buffet eupper for her guests, and Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mr. and 2 large onions chopped floe. Kiwanians To Meet Far along the 9lorld'Wlde

flower fund from all circle which and invited the following boys Mrs D. P. Carpenter :Mr. and: 1-4 lb. cheese grated. per

was carried. It was decided to for the afternoon and evening: Mrs. D. A. Montelth, Mr. and 1 cup finely chopped or ground Georgia and Florida Districts of the south wind

appoint one Woman from eacn Co-Ed Class, Enjoys Arch Thomas. Emmett Perryman, Mrs. H. C. Rltch. Mrs. J. W. ham (may be left-over boiled i of Kiwanis International will holda warm rollbl

circle: to look after the new annex Fish Barbecue FridayThe James Sewell Lt Jim Ridgell, I Klncatd, Mr. and Mrs. K G. Dun baked, or fried ham). one day Jnter-Clnb Meeting. at With the standards

kitchen. Several members Billy Jackson. Billy can. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demo- Silver Springs on Thursday, Au- pies of the

J SS offered articles for use in the Co-Ed Clans of the Metho- Buddy Bishop. N. T. DoWllng'j' rest, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell 1 egg. gust 1, 1940, according to an an- thunder-storm.plunging throuelTu' ,
well.
kitchen. Plans for a rally were dist Church enjoyed a barbecue Johnny Chalker, Hugh Ingram, I Mr. and :Mrs. Edward Bums Mr. Enough cold water to mix nouncement from Wallace E.

made, and Mrs R. L. Kemp gavea j fish supper Friday night at the Wilson Rivers Jack Dyre. Buddy and Mrs. T. T. Long Mrs. LeRoy Drop by spoonfuls Into hot Sturgis, President of the Ocala of It 1842 means nothing to the >

report on "Jubilee Babies." The home of Mr. and Mrs. T. T Long. Greff of Gainesville and George Roane, Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mr. and grease and cook until a golden Club.. Maybe but a poet's to,

meeting was closed with a prayer Flynn. Music for the supper and Mrs. E. L, Williams. Mr. and brown. Heretofore the Kiwanis Clubsof I Lord Tennyson hi<
The members met at
seven- was
I Just
by Mrs. .
)' Darby.Sunday's I thirty o'clock and barbecued the Informal dance was by A. W. Mrs. N. Sternberg Mr. and Mrs. I # Florida have been coming to I It seems incredible playing with Words

S fiah In the fire place of the Long's Anderson. Supper was at 7 o'- C. A. Knight and guests, Mr. and Woodman Circle Meets Silver Springs for six years for have seen that be ,

HSU ProgramThe outdoor clock; the menu ran thus: potato Mrs. C. C. Shepard of Callahan, an annual Inter-Club confab, but or. having Ieen,,

S living room. salad, with lettuce, olives, and i Mr. and Mrs. J W. Andrews, Jr., The Woodmen Circle met Tues I this is the first time those at- dured a vision of "the nIt
Baptist Senior Union Following supper I n forma I I tomatoes fried day night for Its regular meeting airy navies grappling
; chicken rolls, Miss Madge Middleton.: Mr. and tending will have the pleasure of i ta
wishes to invite all game were enjoyed. Mr. and central blue
young people black-eyed rice with a good attendance as his
with
peas. gravy; Mrs. M. F. Brown and Mrs. E. counm
from the agea of 17 through Mrs. Roswell Noegel, Minn Doro stuffed celery iced tea, angel L. Matthews. In the absense of the present.// fellowship with Georgia Kiwani are seeing today

24 to meet with them Sunday thy White, and A. W. Anderson, food cake, soft mints. The table Mrs. Ira Wilson Mrs. ans. Georgia Kiwanians are be- Perhaps he was
tno' _
J nnrari: tn meet with MIA K1nrIda playing
night to discuss "Victories Jr.. In -
for were charge of arrange- was beautifully arranged and I II : Andrews acieu as maruian pro -- iM words, but God
rk grant It
Christ in Africa." I ments. Clubs because A. wa,
was draped with a lovely lace I tern. After .a very interesting spired vision when he

This program will be presented I Those present to enjoy,this delightful -. tablecloth; on It was a large: Recipes business meeting, ,It was decided Smith of Thomaston, Georgia be-: the succeeding lines: WI1J'
In I ing elevated to the
the form of
of Presidency
a "Professor QuIz'program. affair were: Mr. and Mrs.. vase of rosed. Guests seted themselves that the next meeting, August .. 'Til the
,
_.. Kiwanls International. war-drum throbl
Group Jenelle -- --- -- -- --
captain
Guy Sale. Mr. and :Mrs. Roswell around the spacious front t :13. would be a social one. Mrs. longer, and

Hutchlngs" will act as "Profe or Noegel, Mr. and Mr*. Glen Wood room. Caramel-Nut Layer: Cake Lois Mayes. Mrs. Virgie Barks- George E. Simpson. Valdosta, were furl'dIn the battle-

Quiz. 14. 'D.: Vining Mr. and Mrs. D. P. The girls went back Into town I This Caramel-nut layer cake Is dale, Mrs. P. S. Denmark will be District Governor for Georgia Kiwanis -
the
Some of the questions to be Mrs. after breakfast Sunday morning one of the most famous of the hostesses for the evening.All ace 0 mpanled by Mrs. Parliament of nm
Mr.
,asked are: Carpenter and : T. T. having had a glorious week-end. "Bradford County cakes." the Woodmen-and Circle Simpson, will head the Georgia Federation of the World

.In what country .1 in Africa do Long. Mrs. L. W, Kemper, Miss original reclpe.and( the caramel members delegation to Ocala. There the common tent
I are ,,expected be present.
Southern Baptists maintain Madge. Whlgbam Miss Marjorie Mrs. R. F. Demorest HostessAt I frosting remains the same) comes Please see Mrs.Barksdale, so I J. Edwin Baker of Umatllla. most shall hold i fr

work?; How large Is Nigeria; Stump; Miss Abbie Harley, Miss Coca-Cola from Mrs. J.iM. Brownlee ,but that all reservation*.can be made Florida District Governor of realm in awe,
'What\ Is the Party ,
? How populatfori of Nigeria Toney. John Guy Bill Waln- the recipe for the cake layers for you.English. wanld International and KJ-I And the kindly earth hill

.there;I in Nigeria many?; What season: kind are,of wjlght! James Dennis, Bill 'Graham ,Mrs. 'R. F:5,, Demorest'was hostess was, sent to ,us ..by Mrs. L. F. n' Raker. have been Hmhftt__ to n _*_>_ slumber" lapt in tnt!

climate does it have ?; Among Elmo Struth and A. Z., AdJclna Monday ,morning when she Chapman.this cakea.t Mrs.aT luncheon..Cnapman recently served Poet'sOld as Chairmen a Reception Com, law. -Fiona ID ExchujG1VKN
mittee to welcome the
entertained at her home Kiwanians
the at> de-
people Baptists of do what most'of tribe'do their Southern 'mi.-- ,, Jr.Baptlst.. S llghtful! Coca-Cola party. a and was,:requs,tecj ,to put the recipe 'Prophecies and their WIVes from the' sister LIFE SENTENCK

sion Work ? What Artistic arrangements ,of roses in thepaper. Si), we take state of Georgia.In Haines City,-Wallace I
; ; are some of the Choir News great pleasure In' reprinting this Coming To Pass
'
characteristics?; What are some placed at vantage points throughout recipe for the 'benefit addition to some conferences, local man who pleaded g
of those
of the native customs found the lower floor formed a the day will'be given\ over to one last week to the first degree:
in : For the summer months several who do not have .it. The following clipping taken
Nigeria?; Describe lovely setting for the party. The of Informal'fellowship with time der of his wife, Mrs. Rhebi I
briefly: a young'people/ consented to help In Cake layers: from the Cocoa Tribune will un-

Yoruba dwelling;; How do the the Baptist Church choir at the guests were entertained Infor- 1 cup butter doubtedly prove of Interest to for guessing contests! registering ,was sentenced to life Imprl
Vorubes dress? Tell mally on the spacious screen for the attendance swimming ment by Circuit Judge D
; cup.
something Wednesday night meeting .last 2 cups lIu our large group of readers: ,
of native religious beliefs and,'week.: Miss Sara Barefoot porch, which was also! decoratedwith 6 ar"4 boat rides, [and golf. These; Rogers. Mrs. Bath was I tx
was eggs.
., Many readers at one time or
superstitions; Who was Southern I chosen to be music chairman and roses. 1 teaspoon vanilla." exercises are scheduled to begin to death with a shotgun Jan
another have read
the
: Baptists' first Missionary to Nig-}! Miss Clyde Nelle Thomas was I I served Upon arrival the guests were 1 cup sour mflk. Mother, Shlpton, England prophecyof made at 3:30: ,} o'clock., 1.. Bath then attacked his mci

erie?; What publication work has named active chairman.The open-faced tempting refreshments of 3 1-2 cups flour! unsifted. during the 16th century. She was The Ocala Kiwanis Club will be in-law with a gun, and fl

been done In Nigeria?; Tell other sandwiches, peanuts, 3 level born in host to all Kiwanians who wantto turned It on himself but
briefly of the young people in the assorted olives and Coca-Cola. I ,tea-\.oons,1!\ baking Yorkshire. England, July,
Nigerian Woman's ''
choir now are Misses Geraldine Those enjoying the i powder. t' 1488, and ,died at: approximately play golf. These rounds .on barrels missed fire. Judge
Missionary Union; What Training :morning 1-2 level teaspoon< the greens and
Silcox soda. 1559. fairways will be
Martlle I
,Hemingway with
,,Unlon Work la there in the hostess were: Mrs. T. I era spent most of them
Nigeria ff staged at Ocala Highlands
Also other Interesting Gladys Johnson! Bet ty Green, I T. Long Mrs. I.. D. Vining Miss Cream butter'and sugar. Beat Many prophecies,made in rhyme where talking with Bath, member
ques Marion Dowling, Helen In yolks of eggs.v Add soda and playing Kiwanians will report and
Dowllng,
Madge Middleton by Mother In I
tions Mrs. Shipton the fifteenth
will be asked O. I
the
about the register. family and his
Clara Flume. L.I I sour milk beaten I I attorney
Mrs. Ethel l together. Then
work that Is carried Biggs Beasley, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, century nave come true. TO refresh -, "
on In Africa. j Is the leader and Mrs. add flour and baking Following the round of activities fore pronouncing ,
Quiz leader Doris Crews R. A. Mrs. Frank Smith, Mrs. H. C.I I powder I the minds of readers who sentence
will at Silver
Green pianist. Rehearsals sifted together Fold in Springs! during the
Ritch stiffly
lead' an interesting discussion are Mrs. J. W Andrews Jr., have read the Shipton prophecy
King Saul-where he on I every Wednesday night. beginningat Mrs. E. L. Williams, Mrs. W. B. beaten egg whites; add vanilla. and as a matter of information afternoon, the Georgia-Florida In- Fine PeachesThe
was from, 8:30: o'clock. Bake in 350 degrees ter-Club dinner at 6:30: will be
I II Sewell. and oven. This to those addressed
Mra. who
E. have
,why he became king, and his life L. Matthews. will make three medium not read it, by International
or two President Telegraph Is Indebte-
after he we reprint her in
became I prophetic poem
king. Mark
large oblonglayers.. I full as follows: Smith. Captain S. A. Bryan for ad,

Carolyn CallstreetLo Caramel filling: A house of glass shall come to I Hansel Leavengood, Past Presi ous basket of peaches sent

I 1 cup sugar caramelized. pass. dent of the Ocala Kiwanis Club, rectly from the peach orchai

N'1Y 2 cups sugar. In merry England, but, alas, I I and publisher of the Ocala Even- Georgia Saturday of last! t>
1 cup milk. Ing star, will be
sweet coordinator of Captain wasin
Bryan
War shall follow
with the work
everybody here I am I I now, more; BO than ever 1-4 pound butter. the afternoon's
We friends
In program at Silver and relatives In dltt
ImnflONII ) again, and slightly wilted I all listen In the land of the Turk
I Whew! It's warm in these to hear the dedications 1 level teaspoon soda. And state and state in fierce Springs.A parts of Georgia and reIn
parts
1 teaspoon vanilla. I borne here ,
at rife, yesterday.LeaeIr
or had noticed .
you 'twouldbe Five automobile 1 1-2
wrecks within cups broken Poet
pecans. Foretold
fun to Struggle for each other's life. It
sit in the shade and the week-I'm 2
your fint going to get dozen whole
Borne II OB. of the one pecans. Carriages
without
sip lemonade horses shall
Lazybones cer- of those
bondrcd BUM popular mlala.IInI musical horns for the Caramelize one cup sugar in Ralph Waldo *
tainly had the go; Emerson once HERE JO ,
right idea ole bus One that Iron skillet
nennci en out Ibt you ore fortunate hot weather doesn't seem to sings out stirring carefully. And accidents fill ,the world with wrote: "The experience of each THEIR HEALTH
the
"stay on right side Meanwhile have
That mister"Theatre cooking the new
moan you eon bare bother some people The tennis other woe. age requires a new confession -
with
sugar the
milk. Add cara- In London, Primrose Hill be and the world seems
always
courts retain their shall ,
popularity meled and b'f
GENUINE goers are still In diet
ENGRAVED sugar to this
miture. And the center of waiting for its poet."
.
somebody playing all the about a short subject talkln.j I Add butter and cook to a Bishop's see. The call milk the mot nearly p"
personal soft
name stationery time ball Around the world quotation comes to
I jus' can't take it few weeks thot shall fly, us with
.
ago It was "The stage. Remove food.
at the lowMt cost la history in the from fire and In the of the thought that the world
"Noonday Sun"-makes me I twinkling an eye. may
Nasty i
Spy featuring the add vanilla. hE'llllh-orR
For
Three Beat good
19 chMta oad 15 feel like SunstroKe Susie until ready to Thru the hills men shall ride, always be waiting for its poet,
Stooges It pl f
was a II spread on cake. a'hOUII just OflCyour
scream Beat
In but at occupy
paatehUfi" avtlopvi.,only Tuesday tattle: Judge Ferryman 'Wonder if the nuts. chopped And neither horse or ass bestride. the same time it is looking right *
T5T: managementcould Spread between back food budget-
] :>> layers and to
tfe.*.....-..!._.__...S1 Nat Sternberg and Chan I get it back for another on top of cake.' Decorate Under the water men shall walk, things its poets that spoke of TOP of the IllIt. Ktery: I
Stith top Shall ride, shall sleep, shall talk. their fellowmen could not
In
playln golf Gainesville

showing so those who with whole ulmollt In V
missed it pecans. contains the
Slop la and.nomine our aew "400 Iron In the see nor understand.
That reminds water shall float The poet of
me .. two could see It, and I could, see it each ment and vigor. Trompt CD
1.I.1 .cqrsva)! stationery to of the'- caddies from the As easily as a wooden boat. age speaks of things beyond
Gainesville moral
!l- again Raked Beans DeLuxe the tnt deliveries every
1.00 bo .. Gold curtain
shall that
** be found and shown cuts oft the vls-
Golf Course came over to I I'd rather talk with This hot ( at grocers
Mrs. By- weather makes us all In a land that's now unknown. ion of his gifted brothers. demand It :your
the He
see Judge in his office a few num Perkins (remember want to
She go on picnics
weeks ago wanted the or-doors or eat out. Fire and water shall wonders do, speaks. they think, In.. phantasy PETERSON'SSUPREME
taught you.) than eat-when-I'm- at home.
BRADFORD COUNTY to issue! a coupla marriage JudgeS hungry. The other Burney Mrs. E. E. And Englad shall admit a Jew. and chooses his words for their CRt''
day she was sent us two MILK i
"picnic" music
recipes -II Three and
times charm
TELEGRAPH ficates .- .. lit three shall lovely with no idea at
Carpenter's drug store that
Phone 29 Starke, FU.LAFF1TOFFT Billy Graham Is back uub.. 'cveryuuujr. 0110'u taught, polntin', ana I we know you'll like France, all thst\ he is i painting a picture Phone 174 For J'IIIII

from his week-end Jaunt to At. I counted six In-a-row Just that It), but Mrs. Davis told him I Be Before led to dance a bloody dance, I f
her
lanta .- Billy took cousin about that time, In came 111' she didn't know 'how to fix It.'Three people shall be free,
Ralph (Rhodes) back to Ft. McPherson Jimmy Holltngsworth tyrant rulers she shall, see.
; the down "Oh well said
S. R., Each
(Ralph's a month older, fall of his "just springing from a different
dignity came when 'phone Dot"
(you .know, the HI' ACHES PAIN
so he can stay this time) somebody asked Mrs. Perkins woman dynasty, AND
Ifshe'd )
"she's
? ***** got a good recipe And when the last
-- great is
fight
(
'-- Friday night fish-fry The taught him, and she said. ; she'll tell you how to fix won.
IrSp Co-Ed Class certainly enjoyed the with a wise look: "I EXPOSEDhim it "
up Just fine. So then Mrs.
D. England and
\ fish supper at Myrtice Carpenter's to itt"! So far during the hung up satisfied Well just one. France shall be as Headaches: pains and nervousness are Natures danP

Friday night They are still i conversation, 'Powell and Doc betore the rhubarb arrived from And now signals and warnings to that Individual that sickn
a word In
talking about it Powell bar- Blaalngame had all the uncouth
escaped notice store, Mrs. D.'s phone. rhyme disease A fundament
becued the fish and he is but. rang or abnormality. is approaching.
a past- they needn't have been wor- She
answered It and Of
who what shall EFrECthere
master In the art Membersof ned, 'cause pretty soon Mrs. do-ya think it was? .. Dot In those wonderful be In latter time. physical: law 'of Nature is that for every

the class voted Myrtlce andPoweU" Perkins said "And the ONLY Johns, wan Un' to know how to Women shall far-off days, must be a'CAUSE. The greatest assistance tha
get a
the perfect host and hostess reason I didn't teach those two. cook Rhubarb I I I craze. strange, odd Nature of service-is the Ia!
requests health
t tPicture is because they are older than I Lie of the month any
: Callis Man- To dress like
on the pond: Luther am!" Joked Powell: "I knew ning claims (with a straight wear, men._ and breeches ing and correcting of, the CAUSE.

Powell nonchalantly pullin In a our time wux comln' face) that be read GWTW in And -
an : cut off their
from trout while Jake Johns looks on 'Cot an eye-full of Industry the afternoon and night says he of hair. beautiful locks The XRay.rev: als the I location and how it is to
the paddler' perch in the other I
g back of toe boat day when passing Mas- stayed up.all night to finish the And ride astride with brazen corrected.: Chiropractic scientifically applied corr .
worthy's pert little home Mitchell masterpiece brow. I
I Beverly Cady started back to Elizabeth was out mowin' the jus'couldn't the CAUSE. 'The Neurocalometer reveal!* *hefl l>
'
put
It down As
.
to witches
J7i erafh
I* *rf school save 'im. do on broomsticks
in Tallahassee Monday low-not with slacks on. how- and besides his has been
A* bill if paid- I wife hadda return now, corrected.
Piny Brown and daughter Mar- evah -
But !fat Oilrot it next day so there was Then love shall die
: and
Man. Annie. Mae Kemper, Wanda Elise Jones hoppln' clear from notbin' marriage th
it tfimardtHfdidn'l I to do but break the read- cease
Sick
Pearce and Jacqueline Andrews :Miami to Cuba with of In people who heed these warnings-eSCape
hav. to some her record but that's where And babies and
i toured to Miami to see ScottieS former Agnes Scott \ sucklings so decrease ordeal that
ah.iioaUCX. College Classmates I the fib lies (maybe he did) t is sure to follow.
J7i. RIGHT lnuraac .I -in an airplane one Triple-Hash! dash! Our editor That wives
shall!
S 5boata Sloodlllc.1;. ,I Dock Bulletin: .. Marjorie of those Clipper things, I think has made news In this business dogs, fondle cats and

.. I Stump"recommends "Since Yesterday It was last week they took of shootln he's top man in his And men live much the
by Frederick Lewis Al the Jump In same as
any day or .
HAROLD company an4, with an automatic hogs.
C. le-d'! '
WALL land Mrs. N.', week
tem"rg 'twould be a
thrilling experience rifle too In
S say :you.11 like "Bethel Merrlduy" .? eighteen hundred and ninety- WELDEN
DR. T.
1 U I ? ,Well there can be too much of six. J.
,
It's
i by Sinclair- LewisHdidinMts'pwn Joke of, the month: Wednesday a good thing (notice I Build
said your houses of
I I morning. Mrs.. E. M. Davis "good?!"). so must curb For then shall rotten sltcks.
YOU HAVE. ? ."The Variety 'phoned S. R. Johns' store for my mighty wars be -S.
I ever-wagging tongue and planned PALMER GRADUATE
say
;t> : :1
PLEASE Musical m4eVnUF
PHONG ) has always )- some vegetables, and S. R., Jr., So long .
eee in the And fire "
you nextCarolyn.
: been one of the moat popu-1 I Informed her they had some and sword. sweep the ; FridaY
> land. Starke
and
lar da tlme'Radio Hotel
Programs and k mighty nice Rhubarb (whatever Tuesdays
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.- BITS of LOCAL NEWS 1 Mr and Mrs. R. W Mills and r Ann Mathis, Eleanor'Thompson, I

(daughter Miss ,Elizabeth Mills, Miriam McBride Betty and Jane

------- .. of Jacksonville THE POCKETBOOK
,
------"- --- were week-end Spearman, Geneva Smith, Cath- ,

: Tuesday in Col and :Mrs. H. V. Knight Friends guests of Mr and Mrs. F. F I erlne Hammons. Elena Townsendand
: of be'
spent J. H. Lambe will
ell paonville. were recent visitors to Tallahassee glad to learn that he is Flume. I her mother, Mrs. H. W. of KNOWLEDGE

ing after improv Townsend, all of Lake City, are ;
a week's
illness j
"
d;;.-E M. Davis spent home. at his Mrs. T. D. Hendrix) of Lake- spending a week at Kingsley i ,

Jacksonville.' Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight I land en route from Mt. Erie, N. Beach at a houseparty. f" I II II

In has C., was the guest11 Wednesday and I
sy spent Sunday In Green Cove Miss Pat returned ua I i'I '
-- of Brooker was a Springs. from a week's vacation with Miss Thursday of Mr. and Mrs L. A. I Mr. and Mrs. T. B. HardingI onnN,

1. Lewis Tuesday Rennolds.Mr. I and daughter Miss Alice June
Beatrice Bull I i
here e n at Daytona
eel Isllor Harding, will leave tomorrow to RUBBR
Miss Elsie Green has returned Beach. |

-R.-Andrews of New I after spending a few days in At- and Mrs. C. C. Shepard and I spend a week In Douglasvllle, I I

*,*visiting here lanta, Ga. Mrs. J. 'C. children of Callahan were guests Georgia, with relatives. Mr.
f \\ Manning Is visiting Wednesday and Thursday of Mr. I Harding, local distributor of
her son-in-law I T
Sd and daughter Mr. I Merita Bread, will have his Vacation ,I
I were and Mrs. C. A. Knight at Kings-
Mrs. O. L.
; Mrs Beasley and Mrs. and Mrs. L. W. Strickland, at' Lake. at this time. ;
JacksonvilleentaWord ley
ese visitorS in Frank Smith spent Monday in Oxford. I : f

Gainesville -nil UMITCP VTATMCOM4UMC ,
ay. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell and Mr. and Mrs V. U. Harrell I 67'". 11RVROuearI
-- A Weldon and Mrs. W. B. Sewell spent Mon- and family, accompanied by Mr. ', O* THE WOA.LI
Mrs, S. Miss Guarnlta Hutto Miss Olive Dell of Gainesville S I
is
and visiting day and Tuesday in e 1
of Gainesville\ and Mrs. Jimmy Murphry and "
recent guests her sister Mrs. have moved to their cottage on :: 't
; were Mr. and Jacksonville, Edna Hutto, In Chalker.as the guest of Mrs. C. W. Kingsley Lake for the remainder son, James Edward, of Palatka, I Nae 'UL6''" WA9 TMC I UNITED TCtepMONB STATES iOR vIIlutlbtA :: f ,

: Shaffer. in Winter of the summer. spent the week-end at Daytona weal !hltMI' ANy a EVERY 7 pr 3ONS. THE NEXT ANK MCOUNTRV < :t J.
'
Beach. They tI HAS I FOR eVRV IO. : alTwwa .
; were accompanied 3t,8S6363" ANN -
i JtOO.OOO JOBS
Judge A Z. Adkins Is ARC NEARLY
spending Mrs. M. A. Hart home James Edward" who Is .atR6LL,
of by INDUST
Surrency, IN THC V. r
Mr and :Mrs. G. B. and
this -
week in Flynn I
Tampa
where he is Ga. is f ::
the guest of her son and spending this week with them.
Jr. "
son, George, ,
holding court. daughter-in-law Mr. spent Thursday I -::;;:
and Mrs. W. I night in Jacksonville where

; Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsom H. Hart._ |'I George received his Eagle badgein Mrs. Dupont Murphry n< At- ," ri: I "
:
Scout work. .lama, Ga., and Mrs. Frances
spent Sunday In Jacksonvillewith
'Missionary straw- relatives. Mrs. Lit 1 Wainwright of Hawthorne Hatch of Washington, D. C., returned J

plants, good white roots. Is the guest of her sister, Miss to their homes Wednesday ..S- ,
returned
Evelyn Stump
'
Vander-
A. B. Whitehead, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mrs. Mary Geiger, and Mrs. A. Wednesday night from Maxwell I I after spending two weeks here as Me Way Mf7Y WANIsAA, MrttIAD N A4VIAMa
7.4 4tp Holtzendorf A. Durden. guests of Mr. and Mrs. C!. B. fies oe f4aIR,All NWD.Q N JCA4Ma/eKI
t section. jswA11
and Fred Carlton spent Tues- Field, Ala.? where she spent the
Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Flynn,
-,-missionary straw- day in Jacksonville.Mrs. past few weeks with Dr. and Mrs.S. I j Flynn.

try SALE Daniel Lelterman.P Charles Lawson is spending this P. Vend iviere. and Mrs. L. M. Gray at Klngsley. \ .+4t laf' ::1'WI
plants. State week In Lake Butler I Lake. ; 1\1. wens .
mile east of Ralph Cox of Live Oak with his UO'tI TO SI6NIFYAN" 1EISCTRII'At
2tp 7-19 and small uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. f'OWftlt atilt "'
Farmers' Market. daughter were visiting' Mrs. I. F, McClane will leave '.
H. Register. LAWTBY 1'\0 THE NAME OFA "
-- I relatives here Saturday. 'I tomorrow for her home In Brooks MAN JAMES t I
: Strawberry plants, By II. T. Godwin a I
SALE
R roots new stock, clean, I Olin White, Jr. returned Tues- ville after spending the past ten ts6[1 P (t7ie-gM, AWNO '.
hite August I Mr. and Mrs. M.V.. Morrow I [ days here with Mr. and Mra.Frank Ice Crmtm Social I WAS Fltltn"'J1) ANIASORATORV INDUcraUl ACWAarllOKCOVCA "f
new land( Ready were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. 'day from West Palm Reach I: Durshimer. C'lWAM NAt PROOUCSS I I ,
Leon Conner. Itp M. Davis where he visited his cousin, Raymond An Ice cream social, sponsored' I II FOWFsne11SILITIEe) A MCTWOO FOR TftCATIN: .. i y.
t t. Saturday night. Bate I I I Iby Parent-Teachers Association' I mCa PI .AN 1' WET HAy WMlCM PFRMIT : "f'l lFIR

SALE thoroughbred Per- .- I Henry Ward, his wife and two ;, took place last Friday evening on IN Mae Iva q ANP VTOHAae WrrHOUT WITHOUT MA7ARP OR +,
Mrs. W. I .
kittens./ See Jack Halle M. Wimberly spent song, of Atlanta, were overnight the school campus.. The proceeds "
lan Mrs H. A. has
Halle's Tourist Camp, North Monday night In Jacksonville with from. Spencer returned guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. to be used in the operation and i
i visit with relatives
tarke. *tSALE.IOOOOO Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely. iC. F. Ward. They were en routeto maintenance of the school cafe- I I
at points In New Jersey rind\
I, Daytona Beach. I tens, which has proven very successful been busily engaged during much ; :
Pennsylvania. i
n Missionary Mrs. T. E. Strange of Falatk.1 : as a place to eat for students Tobacco MarketsTo of their lime In Live Oak In cooperating ''i
-- -
are*berry plants, white roots. spent a few days here this week I I and teachers. The affair "
[ Rico sweet potato with Mrs. E. M. Thomas. Mrs. E. L. Biggs and daughter, Mrs. J. D. Cottrell! and son, Open August 5 with Suwannee County t

Ito Porto 1 1-2 miles Dottie Sue, are visiting Mrs. O. James Edward, have returned to was a complete success with a i Jaycee In the local trade bodJ"- ?
D. Dlggs.
IMS. J. J. Griffin and Owen their home in Leesburg after enJoying -I "sell-out" reported. Six of the seven warehousemen preparation for staging a I

orth of Starke on Highway Miss Lillian Moseley of Gainesville St. Augustine. Griffin In a visit here with )..fr. and Miscellaneous Shower operating on the Live Oak Flu. annual gigantic seeand !i

umber 13. Itp spent Monday night with her Mrs. W. B. Sewell.) I A miscellaneous shower was cured tobacco market have already Progress celebration Wednesday. ''.

mother, Mrs. L. E. Moseley. George Sternberg of Orlandowas given at the home of Mrs. I. B. put In at this center of I August 14. six day after th* ....

., SALE-farm of 60 nine acres miles on the guest Wednesday night Mrs. S. E. Brownlee returned ::1 Cody honoring Mrs. Carl Ed- bright I leaf production for theopening .market: opening and at the height ,., rr
tirke-R&iford Road Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot .
'
of the local market onAugtint I
onhwent of Starke.' Will sell spent Sunday in Sanderson with of Mr. and -Mrs. N. Sternberg at Monday 'after spending the past wards, Wednesday, July 24. of UM selling season oJ
8. The warehousemen, '
nth or without stock and farm Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Barefoot. Kingsley Lak son-in-law ten days in and Gainesville daughter with, Judgeand her I Telegraph Crew Move serving hundreds of grower of I TW lAver Oak Market waa.-r*.*.. !I.'II.I'i

plements. See or, write G. Mrs. Mrs. A. V. Long. The Western Union Telegraph I tobacco in North Florida and cenlly designated by the U, f!. : 1.
Russell, 81 Masters Drive, Mrs. J. A. Cunningham of San- W. R. Wilkinson and Company crew has moved to a i South Georgia, have announced
I Department of Agriculture, eta't: "
3t to 8-9 ford 18 Mrs. P. T. Joiner of Palatka were additional work : 1
Augustine. the guest this week of new location for that will their warehouse
her sister, Mrs. E. M. Thomas. guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McGuire replacing wires) They will be i they open [bacco Mellon, to, be .Included' : Ira ,'j I ,
I
floors to receive the leaf
SALE- Missionary Straw- A. J. Wilkinson. of 'JackaonVltle"were guests Sun- occupied between Maxvllle and ;the government grading and mar ,

rry Plants. P. A. Johnson. :Mrs. L. L. Roane. and children day of Mr. an('Mrs. Barney Mc- Baldwin. on August 5. kelin, news service. Growers)

Tarke, Fla. 2t, to 8-2 .of Jacksonville Mrs. J. W. Kincaid returned to- Rae and the Rev. Will McGuire. Those now in Live Oak and "
are guests of Mrs. PromotedEdward
: Edward Vl'alnwrlght who market their leaf here approved ,:
day after spending this week in thSvelewielSmlaQflAprMr. 'making preparations for the August -
A. Z. Adkina
at Lake.
RENT- Furnished apart- Kingsley C. Wainwright: son of by 92 percent 'of the total
Tampa with her parents, Mr. and 8 opening are H- W. Gauchatand -

cot, private bath, to couple Mr.: and Mrs. Roswell 'Mrs. A. C. Durden. and Mrs. Ivan Stennett, T. L. Wainwright, who has been I sons. Hal and Louis, John I vote cast the government' recent .-
Noegel I stationed'with IT. S.
the Army I
trout children. Mrs. George Mrs. F. C. Durshlmer and daughter -
Smothers, Lee Knott and ,Jeff proposal to Install the service
this week In Cedar
Thomas, 324 N. Cherry spent Keys Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsom Miss Margaret Durshimer, of Air Corps, Barksdale, La., for the Cozart. Jack Calhoun. I "
cooperator
:
with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noegel. I here. The vote mean that I
Itreet Starke. lip have as their guests this week Brooksville were guests Sunday: past three years, recently passeda and auctioneer who Is the ,\\1 1I

I their nice Miss Clara Nell New- of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Durshi competitive examination and seventh local warehouse operator, I the Live Oak market Is the only F ){L.

Y WANTED-for 800 famllv Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Monteithand I som of Jacksonville. mer. *' will receive a promotion as Second In. expected to arrive some time one In the state and one of five ,r r,;
tawleigh route. Permanent If family spent Sunday in St. I Lieutenant In the Corps Au- '1
-- I this week. i In the flue-cured belt having the
tiu're a hustler. Write Raw- Augustine with Mrs. O. J. Grif Miss Eleanor Durshimer of Miss VirginIa Anderson, who guest 1. lie will be transferred. to .
The have service
(Igh'i D e p t." FAG-223. :=123. .'t fin.. Brooksville Is the guest of her has spent the past two months In Randolph Field< ,,Texas. the renowned I. warehousemen .
( i< : school and air- ,
TenD o
emphia,
"' brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Philadelphia with he mother, Mrs.A. flying
I ,
William i I I'
Mrs.
Dobrow and chil- drome In the Southwest. Mr. I
Mrs. Frank 'Durshimer. W. Anderson, and other relatives .
RGAIN'S-.In good used furnliii dren and Mrs. I. Dobrow, house 'Wainwright was 'a student at
home here
returned to her
iii Beds, springs, mattresses, guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs, Betty McRae and Mary Alice I Sunday. 'i Law ley Junior High and graduate ,I.

rdrobe, oil stoves and dining spent Saturday in Jacksonville as and Fay Yarbrough, are among(,I : In the Class of 1035 at Bradford Tip Top Grocery

oom suits guests of Mr and Mrs. Clarence County High, at Stnrho.
slightly used. Call I those attending the Presbyterian :Mr and Mrs. C. A. Warren of
d see us.The J.oft, 22 E. Nussbaum. Mrs I. Dobrow left I I motor Mrs J. L. Hlghtower of
: camp in St. Hampton are on a trip
ay St. Jacksonville, Fla Jacksonville for a trip to New I Augustine I through the Shenandoah Valley Miami, who has been visiting. : her

6-28 8-18 York. daughter; Mrs. O. J. Phillips returned Market
And
Miss Patty Wimberly of Lake of Virginia and exploder the Endless -
I to her home last week
I I land spent last week here as the I Caverns ui New Market, Virginia
| Mr, and Mrs. I). W Moore': and,
guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. I last week-end. .
family of St. Petersburg, returned -
_
a NAT SEZ: and Mrs. Nelson Green. I Miss Lucille Kennedy, who attended home Friday aftt'rI.. vialt FRIDAY & SATURDAY |

with Mr. Moore parents, Mr.
: Here's) something Ibevn try- W. P. Smith returned to his the first session of summer 1
I and Mrs. J. II. Moore.
ing to remember to tell you for home here Tuesday after spend school at the University In I Mrs. Wright McGarity re- BEAUTIFUL ICEBERG .
left the first of the
Gainesville
ing three days with bin brother, .
lift a long time. When :you're walk- turned Monday from a two week's
S. E Smith near Perry. I II week to visit her parents, Dr. and
\ Ing along Call Street any hot Mrs. F. I). Kennedy, In Baxley, visit In Bowdon. Ga. Mm. Me LETTUCE 2For 15c
Gurlty wall accompanied' by her
summer day and you're burningup R. C. Rivers of Alexandria, Va., GeorgiaBill :i brother and four cousins, who will ,

stop In''at Su-rnberg's Store. is the guest of his brotherinlawand I I before ,I
Wabanso
visit here and In ,
I
in sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. I Graham spent the weekend FANCY CELERY Each 5c
You'll find It fliu eoohttt place returning home.
Smith, at Sampson City. I I in Atlanta, Ga., with his ,
townspeople. wonder how it run mother, Mrs. J. H. Gill. He was I| Mr and Mrs. J. P. Wyrick and

stay so cool with all that hot air Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Mrs. accompanied by Ralph Rhodes, ', Mrs. T J. from Terry a returned trip to TennIrssee home- CARLOAD PRICEBananas 10 Pounds
!|I Wednesday
Nat puts out All day. I, too, oft Guy Sale spent a few days this who entered the-'West Point Preparatory I visiting Mr. Wyrlck's rel
School at Ft. McPherson -
week in Tallahassee as guests of
timed wonder why U""". atives.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall. Ga. I i I Mr. and Mrs. Louie Hubbard Z5c'

and family of Worchcster, Ma**.,
Friends of Mrs. John Hall will
VALUES Miss Lucille Ayers of Rrooks- visited Mr and Mrs. L H. 11111,
FOR SCHOOL vllle was the week-end guest of be glad to learn that she was

Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr., : returned after to being her home confined here to Tuesday the-; this Mrs.week.R. R. Thede, who has been ARM OURS MILK Tall Can 6c

theft areJARDTO DRESSES and Miss Lucille Kennedy. Alachua Hospital In III recently, Is Improving. Her
County
Miss Nettle Dowling returnedto I! Gainesville for several days. Mrs. friends wish her a prompt re STANDARD PACK No. 2 Can

_ BEAT FAST COLOR PRINTS her home Saturday from a! Hall In Improving. i I covery.Mrs. M. B. Jones returned Sun-

OF month's visit with relatives in I visit In GA. Miss Tomatoes
VARIETY from a
IN A WIDE I Mrs James' Godbold of Jacksonville day S

DRUID SHEETS NEW PATTERNS Tallahassee and Jacksonville. I spent the first of the Helen Jones with ,her her from daughter school, returned at- | C

'I
mother Mrs.
MJss week here with her ,
Mlddleton.
W. E.
Mrs.
Are Good Sheets andGuaranteed W. H. W. S. Stroman, and ]Mrs 8. S. Georgia State College. ARMOUR'S
Middleton. Mrs.
15c&19cOtf Madge Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Clark spent
Are : Smith, and Mrs. E. L. Matthews Dowling. She was acecmpsnledIhome In Waldo as the
Sunday night
Size by Mrs Dowling, who will PURE LARD 21hs.
I 1199 $1 A ,Big spent Tuesday In Jacksonville. spend a few days there.: I guests of Mr. and. Mrs. Geiger. 17c
of
,
Value i Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Colley
Mr and Mrs. G. L. Edenfleld Starke and Miss, Dora Gillespie
HANES and children Joyce and Rea, of Mr. and Mr s. D. P. Carpenter : were visiting, Mr. and Mrs. H. NO. 1 IRISH COBBLER 10 Ibs.
and Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long and
of Mr. and
Stuart were guests
C. Sunday.
Mrs. Ceo. W. Thomas Sunday. young son Tom, spent Sunday! Nelson Kelly B.. Blocker, of Tallahassee -
UNDERWEAR afternoon In Huxley, Ga., guests Potatoes
Mrs. :
Mr. and
visiting
l.8cf'
''of' Mr. and Mrs. 'T. H. Slade. was
SHIRTS w E. M. Davis rural mall car- I L. H. Hill this week-end: and

FoR AND snORTS rier for route 2 in Bradford. Is at They were accompanied by Miss Florine Bogges: of Stuart,

MEN: AND BOYS A present on his vacation. Don Tommy Slade. who spent several Is visiting Mr. and Mr Hill this RELISH OR SALAD DRESSING PEANUT .
A I n Hoover Is substituting for him.Charles 1..1 days here last week as their: week. -

1'325 C ea. All guest. ___ i ilrra. I BUTTER OR IELLY 20c .Qt.
and Elizabeth Lawson I
Sizes week In J. W White returned: Hall Building: Store
two
apent Auburndale the past with their grandparents Monday after spending. seven''' Road 13 SUGAR 10 JIJs. 45c
DRESS with her IOn - -
SALE Mr. and Mrs. H .0. Law- weeks In Tallahassee ,
ton and daughter-in-law, Mr. and H. Hall, operator of a

All $1.95 Dresses > son. Mrs. G. C. White. !She!! was accompanied I North-Starke grocery store and '

Are Jj Is home by Mrs. White cafe, began construction recently -
On Beth Knight
. Sale ( Miss Merry
Now. this week In Lakelandas and daughter. Frances who remained I on a store building Immediately FLOUR201b.Ba

kr $2.98 BuyMANHATTAN pending the guest of her uncle and here until Wednesday. north of Halle's Tourist When-

Two Charles Lar Friends of Mrs. White will bfl Camp on Road 13.

SHOES aunt, Mr. and Mrs. glad to learn that she Is greatly ,completed Hall will operate a
TOUGH son. 'store In the building and
health.Patsy .
In grocery
Improved
L_'_ remain open on Sundays as the B.-M. FED FRYERS lb. 25c
Misses Ruth and Edith Rowel I and Barbara Keen Ida new location Is outside the city 't
Jacksonville -
SHIRTS I
in
S For Tough Boys are spending today brother and sister-' Lulu and Marjorie Davis. Nina limits and not subject to city ''
their
> with Afllne Dew, Virginia regulations it was stated. The
carded Mrs. Vernon Bishop, FANCY TUB BUTTER lb.
o. Patterns in-law Mr. and Sewell Wand Pearce :Freddie building I. being constructedunder ,31c't
Sale-.A ,
Onl Good Buy $1 95 Rowe. I Wimberly,' and Comer Perryman the personal supervision: of

Come attended the Methodist Adventure Hall and Is to be constructed
lli" and two
PALACE SLICEDBREAKFAST
SI.Z9
W. W. Paige
Mrs of Lake I Camp at Deer Lake near Ocala chiefly from timber formerly a
EarlyaRNBERGs eons Billy a"I" Martin. week. Freddie had 'the honor part of the New River school
spending two weeks here2yth. last bought this old I BACON lb. 19cLJL y
Paige'sparents. ; of being elected "snooper" of house. Hall yv
guests of Mrs. camp's newspaper, 'Tell school building' from the School ,
W H. the
Mr. .>.nd Mrs. I Em..... Board for $159.

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II SECTIONRURAL .1 Water Item In Most Poultry Important Diet I LIVE STATE- NEWS Shipping Advises Care Hogs In Auto Georgia Tags-;8 GlarnoroUa It!


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Extension Man SaysOne NEW GINS ADDED FIREMAN ELECTROCUTED Florida farmers who are plan- Something reVOlutionary <
HINTS FOR THE ning to ship hogs to market during tags-tags **
hens Ocala,-New gins are being added Hollywood,- A fireman was with glamor. '
hundred
COMMON SENSE. HOUSEHOLD laying may the forthcoming marketing seen on Wd X
Island Cot- Georgia
the Sea
drink as much as eight gallons to modern electrocuted Sunday while fighting season will do well to exercise car lIe1t

SUGGEST IMPROVEMENTSMore SUMMER MILK DRINKSBy of water a day during the summer ton glnnery operated In Ocala by a blaze that destroyed most, care in feeding and handling; their To begin with| the markers 1tt!

Anna Mae Sikes according to D. F. Sowell, the Pillans &: Smith Ginning com- of the third floor of the 100- stock to avoid losses while the be bigger with eney.ta to
emphasis on soil conservation to L. H Pillans -
poultry specialist with the State pany according I animals are In transit or after low numerals reed Yt<
and increased opportunity Extension Nutrition Specialist Agricultural Extension Service. president of the company. The, room Great Southern hotel. Police reach the packinghouse, ac- BUperllDP08ed' 011' ,
One advantage in making lift has been rebuilt tension wire they contrasting field, i
your pneumatic said of
for county AAA committees to "Water is the most importantitem a high cording to Dr. A. L. Shealy, State In bright *
beverages at home Is that and all of the present gins are addition, the '
s'' adapt the AAA program to individual you in the poultry diet," Mr. broke, coming in contact with Experiment Station animal hus- outstanding '
know what goes into them. An- being reconditioned and improved. beheld lure of this tll
Gilbert Higgins as '
of Fireman
Sowell "Fifty-six percent bandman. year
farm requirements have says.
other is that they are often less plate
and 65 of an a ladder in an alley behind I' Georgia Peach. -s
the hen
percent egg ,
been recommended for the 1941 expensive. About all the equip- HELD FOR BLACKMAIL Hogs to be sold this season, he Is to i be
the escaped It
hotel. All of guests
Is composed of water. Poultrycan the duced
next
farm program by a national con ment needed for making these live longer without feed than DeLand,-Sheriff Ed Stone today unhurt but it was not points out, should have been feda year on a larger It

: ference of AAA committeemenand beverages Is a good eggbeaterand water" said Homer E. Roof, DeLand known bow many were staying balanced ration supplemented more colorful scale] with,
a mixing bowl, or a tight by a mineral mixture since they ranging from IhadJn
underquestioning"
officials la Washington. The In to weight, he carpenter, had "admitted there when the fire was discovered dark to
screw-top glass jar for a shaker. proportion were pigs In order for them to Yell
wrote red
that he ex- and
recommendations which will form I explains] chickens drink twice as about 7 a. m. into with a green lest
Since milk is the basis of these develop strong-boned well- 011 iii

the basis for specific drafting of I'drinks, there should be a bottled I much water as beef cattle, sheep, from tortion N. N.notes Jacobs seeking, lumber $20,000 dealer, FISHERMEN TO MEET WITH fleshed animals. Animals with to* Most striking Change

later do not fresh supply in the refrigerator, and swine. Stressing the Import- scheme." these characteristics do not suffer all, however and one {
program provisions in a "murder blackmail OOVERNOR ELECT HOLLAND that
las I I well ance of an adequate supply of : ekes
as sirup for sweetening from shipment If other prac- find universal
He said Roof would be turned favor
change the general outlines of the clean fresh water at all times TituavlUe Leaders of the |Is the
I,Use sirup Instead of granulated ,- tices are followed. ment of tna I
present AAA program. I[I sugar because It dissolves more for poultry, the poultry specialist II over short to postal time. authorities withina commercial salt water fishing industry "When livestock reach the mar- shine at night numerals like to make Iht!

The national meeting. which'quickly' in chilled liquid. Make a brings out these points on the from both the East and ket in bruised or crippled con- way signs. The reflector hip!,
functions of water in the chick- West Coasts of Florida will come only Ilale III
also Inciuded representatives supply of lugar-and-water sirup, union tb
ofr 1 LEADS IN BUILDING dition or dead, the farmer who Is authorizing
state agricultural extension services ; and keep It In a covered jar. en's body: here August 6 to discuss their selling them is the man who 'license plate for Use of a IIngl

a and vocational agriculture, Honey Is a good sirup for both As birds have no sweat glands, Jacksonville,- Miami Beach problems math Spessard Holland, the bill. Care will eliminate pays would do well, to cars, Florid
all in build-
topped Florida cities
brought together the recommendations sweetening and flavoring. It Is it serves to cool the body by (Democratic nominee for gover- most of these losses," DShealy Georgia innovation. study iii!
of previous state, county, often desirable to have chocolate I evaporation through the air sacs Ing during June as the month'sconstruction : nor. Leroy M. Carpenter, Titus- single For C\i\

and community groups of farm-!, and caramel sirup. Flavoring I and lungs. The air sacs are con- brought the state's ville fish dealer and city council says.- tag possibly. serves- ,<
total for the first half of 1940 : Here are some/ of his purpose to a less :
: era. Important recommendations should include vanilla, almond, nected with the lungs; when the man who Is In charge of the I suggestions that of degree
t made Included the following: grated nutmeg, and cinnamon. chicken breathes, the air passes to $37,517,032. The state chamber meeting, said several State legislators -: for eliminating shippinglosses To begin any other In the ned
with,
Addition of new aoll-bulldlng Sprigs of fresh tender mint make through the lungs into the sacs of commerce reported that also are expected to attend :: small our to

4 practices which farmers may delightful garnishes for chocolate and back into the lungs on the building figures from 40 Florida, the conference, which may Give hogs only half their regular numerals, and as A consequent. h

adopt. Extension of the plan milk dishes-just as they do for way out.Water. cities showed a gain of $7,288,345, result in formation of a permanent ration the night before they tance at even a moderate &
are I
Iced tea over the value of const motion for commercial fishermen's organization are to be loaded for market difficult to declph
underf which farmers
1 receive advances softens feed in the On
F.. of lime, auper-phoxphate Milk Shake preparing it for'''.being ground crop in the first six months of 1939 Heavy feeding just before' ship- our top drab of little this the black, paint job

and other materials for To make I ment may result'! In death. Hogson I and whh
necessary _.. a plain shake,. have! the gizzard.It MISTAKEN FOB BURGLAR plate Is bad, and as the
UNWELCOME: : VEST peanuts should be seas
In :
sou conservation, against payments ctn mg-rements very emu Add a penned advances
plays an Important part indigestion ,
that are earned under the 'drop or two of vanilla and sweet and obsorptlon, and it Tampa,-Police closed their Investigation Lake Worth-"Hurry over to late afternoon prior to shipping indentlficatton frequently; it lose fj,]
This j to Sunday in the death Di' Brantley's office said an ex day I value through
program. provision is said j sirup taste and a few grains of serves as a carrier for the end- I ing. Furthermou.
to be especially important to I salt to each cup or rich cold milk. products from the digestive tract late Saturday night of Mlgeul cited feminine voice over the Give them all the water they Ing distinctive there Is poi
small farmers who 'Then either Perdomo, 36, a cigar worker who!' phone to I ahoui the pie,,
police headquarters.
ordinarily do mix with an egg to all parts of the body and for want at all times. Ida plate- .
not have enough funds to purchase beater, or shake until the mixtureJIs waste from all parts of the bodyto was shot and killed In the homeof have an unwelcome visitor" Place sand on the floor of the Apart from-excep'thai he Dim_J

these materials. I J foamy. Pour into tall thin points of elimination. Mucus, his friend, Antonio Alessi, 35-I Rushing to the office, the police truck or wagon and be sure there Hcity value. Wer n it hag constnitel
That farmers be (glasses. Sprinkle a bit of year-old meat salesman, in the. asked : Preston Is of
permitted to ] nutmeg a lubricant for joints and muscles, Nurse Mary : plenty ventilation from, the on more .
earn portions of their ion top, if you like it, and serve Latin quarter of Wet Tampa. sides and back. geneioutlines, decc'
payments is made up largely of water. "Well, where Is that visitor.! ated with brighter and
,
M.\. C. Bewsley, assistant chief of I more
only by carrying out specified preferred: "There are many type of watering detectives said he. was convinced "He's out in the back yardin In loading, handle hogs very' coming colors, and adorned \tj;
soil-building practices which are ] p vessels but carefully, driving them up into an appropriate state
a good one a box.
most needed In the local area. : and use cinnamon on top. For Alessi killed Perdomo believing the truck by means of a temporary !( symbol, iu,
"The farm program has been caramel milk shakes, add cara- should keep the water clean, be him to be a burglar. Pausing only to cast a suspicious chute. Do ,t as an alligator or waving pj
filled I not catch and in addition
easily and washed and be to better
faced with many tests," says R. mel sirup-and so on. glance at Mrs. Preston, the throw them in roughly. Do serving |J''
not
M. Evans, administrator of economical. It should be constructed CONVICT CAUGHT peace officers went out, found beat original purpose it would han
the Milk Flout* that the hogs with sticks or catch definite
the bird
so has
Agricultural Adjustment Administration Milk floats milk easy Tallahassee, -Bonn rd Rether- the "visitor" and disposed of them with dogs. Do advertising worth. T
are shakes access to the water," he not crowd a state that depends
"Today when the great-!with a spoonful of ice cream says. ford, serving a life sentence for him, but the damage already had them in the truck. outside so much
J I patronage for its
eat tent Is that ot prepar':heas,{|I floating in them. To make 'afloat ransom kidnaping, was returnedto been done. Proper shipment of hogs Dr. perity this, certainly is pro<

the farmers are ready with an drop a scoop of ice cream Recommends Two a State Road Department prison The "visitor," a skunk, had Shealy says in summary, Includes thing to consider. And. of son

effective working farm program, :[Ain the glass after pouring out Pig Crops Per Year camp near Alachua. He been brought to the office by Ed- careful feeding and handling, reflectorlzed tag numerals tours shou:

and abundance of food and fiber I!)t the chilled foamy milk mixture. escaped from the camp last gar Dorsett for presentation asa placing sand on floor of truck to be adopted by Florida If for

in the ever-normal granary, and Sprinkle either cinnamon or nut- Production of two crops of pigsa March, and ,had worked since I pet to Mrs, Brantley. Dorsett provide footing for the animals, other reason than a higli a i

an enriched soil. Participation meg on top. year, one for Spring and the then as a farmer in Wakulla said the animal had behaved well patience in driving them, water safety measure. in a01'

In the program this year of more I I 1lalkFor other for Fall marketing, would County. Sheriff Ferrell of Wak I for six weeks. But it let loosea for them, and ventilation In1 t Georgia has achieved somethiri
than six million farmers is the tend to ulla arrested him Saturday. spraying attack that cleared the transit.
a plain malt put a few equalize production and I I worth while In auto tag design]
highest In the history of the Retherford was sentenced in 1933 physician's reception room of 1 5 I
of
pro tablespoons 0 f malted I milk marketing hogs,and bring the I i!' something that this state and a!
gram. The manner in which farm- for kidnaping Mrs. Sophia Phelps persons in 30 seconds flat. The I Typewriter
ribbons
powder Into a cup of cold milk, Florida farmer larger profits, ''at ot- all kinds others In the nation might dwell
_ ers In each community elect their 'add a bit of flavoring, and shake says Raymond Crown of the State Donifay. I I I IFIREMEN i police call followed. for sale at the Telegraph office j to follow. Miami Pan

own committeemen to administerthe I well. For chocolate malt add Experiment Station. .
Is : SCHOOL OPENS:
program locally an example chocolate ,
sirup along with the Cold weather makes it difficult .
of working Daytona Beach,
democracy which has malted milk. to equalize the marketing of the -- About 115
attracted world-wide attention. It firemen registered here today for
NognI Northern
hog crop, but Florida'sclimate
la proof that national the eleventh annual state fire
unity may
I Allow one egg'for each cup of is favorable for production
be attained by college which this
democratic meth- year is under
milk. Heat the egg until light, of two pig crops annuallywith
'oda and the of
supervision 'the
machinery. add the sirup, and beat again. amore uniform distribution, University
I of Florida Trade and
Then milk Industrial ,
add and flavoring tho animal husbandry worker!
FOR BABY'S COMFORT Orange flavor la very good. Shake J r: School, now in progress here. Fire i ij

McGee's Baby Elixir is intended well. A spoonful of whippedcream says.Citing j'Chief J. F, McMillan of Cocoa, ,
for Minor upsets of the stomach figures from a representative :coordinator: of the college, said
and bowels that result from overeating can top off the glass. Eggnog Southeastern packing con "j: that he expected other firemen :
should ,be foamy when served cern, Mr. Crown i '
improper foods, or tempo. points out that [ to arrive and bring the registra
a
rary over-acidity of the stomach. I I 76 percent of its total slaughterof lion to round
up 150.
A bottle of Engraved, acknowledgement The
McGee's Baby Elixir sympathy hogs from May 1036 to April II school will last five days.
costs only 35c.AR1'CNThR. *. Inexpensive. Ilrnd- 1937 were slaughtered during the

(/ 's imro STOKE I ford County Telegraph. I month of November... December._ ____u_, MOSQUITOES KILL JlUS) :

January and Febl'Uary--the period Linden Ala.--R, J. Smyly said
BOREE FUNERAL HOME Jn which 45 percent of the today mosquitoes caused the

Ambulance S,>r\lre flay or Night I'hone 131We Chicago market hogs were sold death of two mules on his farm.
He also
explains that a report Smyly said he examined
a third
hive added a late model AMBITLANCK:
to our equipment from the Federal Agricultural mule when it acted stangely In

with BH-clul\ nprlng: for "RAY riding. Marketing Service In Thomasvllle, its stall and found the animals

"A HO.ME-IJKE: INSTITUTION"* 0. II. Bennett, Manager Ga., shows that of 81,000 covered with big mosquitoes. He

marketed from September 1938,, brushed them off with his hands
through March W39, 62,000 or and mashed them
fI'fI'l about 75 percent, were maiketed underfoot,
sunE. WITH sprayed the swollen and maddened -
In November, December, January,
I mule with kerosene and
N. //I and February "From these
:5 I WAINWRIGHT, JR. figures rushed It to another farm. The
it that
seems we
are
mar mosquitoes <
FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS keting our hogs when the market they could not were fly so he full said of blood i|

l is glutted throughout the nation," .
Phone 74 STARKE
FLORIDADo
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'1 he avers. CONE: HACK IN CAPITOL You

TO produce two crops a year Tallahassee-Governor Fred P. get Double-Range-

and thus be able to sell hogs In Cone, recovering from an opera

the spring months'!, when the number tion performed July 2, returned to

of hogs is relatively low, as the executive mansion here today

J t2 1a >f well Crown as says in the the early following fall,prac-Mr. from tendants a Jacksonville reported the hospital Governor At- I Anti-Knock in the New GYour

9a tices are necessary: In good condition. There was no

Seasonal breeding with Improved Immediate statement about when

stock, as purebred or high he would return to his offices nearby Sinclair dealer offers you Double-Range anti

grnde stock make faster and which he left in. mid-June to go knock

Your Trading more economical gains that "just to Jacksonville for a physical examination performance in the new Sinclair II-C Gasoline. The


where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are ordinary Proper hogs.care"of the brood sow, decision to which have an resulted operation.In the I speedometers above tell the story of the two important speed

given away with every $.10 in trade early immunisation against cholera SEEK TIm t ranges where knockless power Is needed. Some gasolines give-
or certificates. and employment of sanitary O.V FIIUWORKS:
methods.' Good Daytona Beach,-The Florida I high anti-knock in
,tre n..lt'enu"l hog sanitation Peace Officers' one range but not in the other. However.
:* includes rotation of grazing crops Association will
lout C'one, SMITH'S GARAGE antI sanitary watering devices. recommend! to the 1941 Legislature the HW Donble.Range U-C gives you high arti-knock In both.

a bill to prohibit the sale! ,
STARKE. FLORIDA Skillful use of
improved
equip a tankful
Try
storage today. It sells
or
ment and labor-saving Uevlces to explosion of fireworks at regular price.

,,, -- hold down production costs. except on written permission
JICIl"" 1I ; >ii ;mi icSnrji I wav a ,i nwiN_ afi Selo iuigNNyou We g'Widnw and
proper supervision of
,
"i' "i until'u i 1av all) NIIwwlYLia{ IDINXIw iNenIw064pi? ua Production of suitable
for
crops persona in
authority. A resolu-
r fattening hogs and maintenanceof tion to that effect was adopted

the breeding herd throughoutthe by directors of the organization rAt

year. To avoid shortage of [I here recently at a conference t

"housing off" crops In April, May, called to make plans for- the

t and June, raise and store morecorn nual convention of Ute Peace Officers an-
for ,
feeding during this per
Association
I lod. here, August
21, 22 and 23.NEV .
"If we raise two crops of pigsa

I't. I year," Mr. Crown says, "we' RADIO STATION

I will gee better prices becausewe Jacksonville.-Highlighted by

will sell the spring crop when one-hour inaugural pro ram,
hog numbers are low; if we regu Jacksonville's third and newest I

late our program properly, we radio station WJHP, recently)
I I will sell the fall crop before the made it* formal debut.
,I a.w w
r lY/w .
wr..w.
big supply gets started from othersections Promptly at 6 A. M., the station rlrl
of the country." began broadcasting Blue

NEW TRAIN SCHEDULE Network programs of the Na-
I tional Broadcasting Company, interspersed -
Northbound by local program and
DR. A. W. BLOODWORTH No. 2-Due Starke &:13 a, m. Associated Press news flashes.

No. 108-Due Starke 6:21 p m. The dedicatory program went

OPTOMETRIC Southbound on the air at 7:30 P. M.. Agent
EYE SPECIALIST opening Sinclair
I
I No. 1-Due Starke 10:33: p m. with the playing of The Star Refining Company (Inc.)

I Upstairs Over Canora Pharmacy I No. 107-Due Starke 9:20: a. m. Spangled Banner. The Invoca


I Every Wednesday 9 a. m to 5 p. m.ammm No. 101 SUrke-Ii-Leave* Starke Branch 7 a. m., tion Barnes was given president by the of Rev.the Jacksonville Harold -- H. E. TUCKER

dally except Sunday. Ministerial Alliance and
.._nawwwraSpWA'wAlallalwllweaAlNweA1aMY11wlwIaA41' ''' I No. 102- Arrives Starke 1:50 pastor of the \
';arm"mmulllimnxniprmnlrnwwmmi; '. l\miXl'Xiynm, ii i"rn..ii. 'wmlrmnxnw.. "' ""W"" "Mi',;rwmWiwwrw;. ;; ,.'''i;;;';;;; 'i.ii0-, ,;;;;;; ;;;;;; +'rs p. m. Methodist Livingston Memorial

Church. I Phone :158 Starke, Florid*








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Ii Jones By HIGHLAND Miss Beth I VANDERBILT Six Proposed I Joe Ella Barry Muriel Lee Cold to I j
Wimberly By Miss Vrlmu Sapp the hlhi Mdifvr at th., ficate' embrace the following Nornian
\\J. W. \ courthoun door on the firt Mon. I
and
Kelly Douglas Hardy. property In the County of
Mr. and Mrs. Amendments To Be dav In the month pf ,I 1 ,
H. C. Mr. September Bradford I"t. of Florida, to-wlt
Wimberlyand and Mrs. ;
Mr. Grady Baxter of ;
and Mrs. G C Norman 1U40. which In the 2nd, day o{ i.ota A, H, C of Blk 1, Wynne ', .
fr On here : daughter Patty and Mr. and daughters Faye and Voted On In Nov. Baldwin were visiting here Thurs tI".m""r.. 19 toMatd Addition to Starke. Section 2t t ',
C5 Gall this Itth..
day of ,
Winifred July J
Wimberly Miss Ethel of Malone "4') I Township 8 South Range" 21 Ea.t. .1 t t
spent the week-end day.Mr. Th assessment of th. '
saId I
nd Hereafter Ricks, Miss Beth Wimberly. Car- here with Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Activity in behalf of a seventh and Mrs. Larson Mint and rirk(OFFICIAL ot SKAL) A..r, Thomas, under the paid. certificate property tunned i I

|Is in his quiet of- son Griffin and B. H. Ricks were Norman. Supreme Court justice Is the beginning daughter. Bobble Mrs Abe Crosby County. Florida.Circuit Court of 1-tll Rradford 4t 8-' loway.UnlBa wa. In the name of Boyd HotI -

e writer recent visitors to Bunnell.W. of what I and daughter Ila Jane. ..
lovely Miss may develop Into were said'
Vivian .rtlrlcat. b
1 Is a Wllkeraon shall j
of .
It blooming and \blra B. Brinson of Madison wasa thorne was the Haw lively campaigns for and againstsix the week-end guests of Mr. and 1\O1IF1 OKFOH "PPI.I.',T'OOV I redeemed according to law the t t f
I will
guest of Miss properly described therein
I are business Mrs. L. R. TAX UKKIIdraat be J I
10 the visitor here Tuesday. Velma Norman Monday.. : proposed constitutional amend Gainey. .old to th* hIghest! bidder at the !
.Inglng and quiet. It Miss Patty Wimberly returned! Mrs. I ments to be placed fefore the people Bill 5.. $113) court house door on the first Mon. !
i 18 so peaceful Gordon Fortenberry of I NOTU-n IS IIKRRHV ClIVKN. day In the month of August, 1.4., l''
nf to realize that at this'S Saturday after a visit with her Cocoa Florida was visiting her In the November general elec HAMPTON That II. H. Arwood holder of Tax which I. the III h., day ot AUKUHI.
death at cousin. Miss Oleeta Green. Crtlflcat* No. the Issued the 4th 1940. : "
1 III a Mr. By Miss Ada Nlnimo
there parents and Mrs. Ury Red. tion.The day of July A. I). 19J9, ha. rldDam Dated thin 81h day of July 149. : !
I in Europe. There are Miss Kathleen Hardee is visiting dish of this section last week I Florida State Bar Association -' In my offlc and ha. made (OFFICIAL MEAL: ) A. J. Tbt m.. 'i ,
"In on battlefields. her aunt. Miss has named a committee to Daniel Johnson celebrated his application for a tax d...d to b. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford '
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t
Maggie Crews. .
people li
end.Mr. ktii>d th ron. Said certificate County Florida
7-11 4t 1-'
y ninety-first
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wounded soldiers cry- advocate before the birthday July 17th ..mbr.. .. the .
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. and Mrs. H. L. Norman public the following dVMiTlbxd \ I
are -- ,
ere for water, Surgeons are op- 1 and, daughter Patty and Wimberly Mrs. and family of Vanderbilt were need for another justice to speedup I I'I Johnson with a home.birthday dinner at the properly. $
The air Is filled with Winifred Wimberly have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosier the work of the court. A similar -I Lot ID .& 1 A In 8M) Cor of Lot KIUHTH JrillCI C.. (-| (' '. i
*ting motors and planea of 'I proposal was defeated In 1932. I Miss Mary Lee Johnson, who 35 Town of 1..1..1. K of Hy In AMI" FOR BHAItPORIt (lVTr.! '
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of Woodlawn ...
noise visiting at Madison in the homeof Saturday even- M o m, 5$, Township ft, PI.4>RII>\. IN CIIANfRHV. I
.ound of exploding shells.e Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Another proposed amendment has been visiting friends and relatives Mouth 1tan. II Ku.t. No'r.('.: TO UIt.IC"\T! '. "
orchestra of hell Is playing. Wimberly.EVERGREEN Ing.Mr.. and Mrs. Tate I would eliminate all ad valorem I I at Astor has returned to Th. .n....n.....nt nf the saul property Jam.. K. I'rloleau. I
: Crosby and I under the Maid vvrtlflcnt. 'I.. Plaintiff. ; :
them taxes for her home here. "'
of State
d-eYI'i mea-some son William of Rising attended purposes. The died wan In the name of Kobt Rarr. -va-
and I 1939 I I Mrs. C. L. May and children. I Jessie M. Prloleau ',
curses on their lip-, church services In this section Legislature decided to pre t'nlvnH. mild. certIfIcates shall b* j.

mavbe. with a ilent prayerelr'bea'rtare By Mrs. F. A. Rosier Sunday morning.Mr. 'sent the question, to the electroate Master Dick and Miss Sivia are lin-iKMly rdemd dencrlbttd according therein to law will the b IN TIIK Defendant.NAMli fliP THB 8TATB 1;;

;; ;: In a death and Mrs.-Fred I after voting down an amendment spending a few weeks with Mrs.biays old to the hlllh..t bidder at the* OF FLOnillA. OREKTINO! : "
Roberts ,
Mr. and and TO .
Mrs. .
Paul : Jessie 1\(
Glover and Prloleau. whoa .
at this mom- to do away with all ad valorem aunt. Mrs. Win. C. Kam-i court house door on the first Mon-
pple. possibly children of Ft. Pearce are visitIng daughter, and Brence Roberts of levies. ever of Philadelphia.Mips duv In the month of Auarunt, 1940 known.residence and whereabouts ar. un. 1'
Is a hand-to-hand con- Lucoochee are I which I* the 6th day vf Au<<
l. there Mrs. Glovers' spending some time You are hereby
I parents. Mr. Ophelia Bryan and her 1H40. u.t"1 required to ap- 'I ,
tt t and bayonets are being stuck and Mrs. J. E. Rosier. with Mr. and Mrs. William Sapp Opponents claim adoptionmeans slater Mrs. Wm. Hiitpit. this 10th day of July, Rear to the bill of complaint filed I,
Cough human hearts. and family of Vanderbilt. a sales tax while proponents Perry, spent (OFFICIAL 1'4.\1.) A. J. 'Thimiua. against you on or before "j
Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier and the week-end with friends and. clerk of Circuit Court ItrsitcrIt'oanty. Monday the 6th day of Aucuat A, 'J
Florida's I). !Ut,>.
tax
Individual and the Miss Gladys Manning of say system I f
this Florida 7-13:
line EngllBh 4t 8.14)'I'lE
children spent Sunday in Lake relatives) in Jasper.Mrs. IT IM: FITIlTHEn OHDRRED that ''t I
section needs a thorough revision.A .
Is ,
I man individual do not hate Butler with her sister Mrs Ned visiting relatives in I Joiner and slater, from thIs order b* publ'xhed In the ,
Jacksonville Kradford County '
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Teleicraph.
The Individual this week. third amendment would nail :\ Of 4PP1.lTIOvI"ltt a (
h other Wainwright.Jim Tampa were in our town this newspaper of general circulation ,, 'j'
and the Individual Mr. and Mrs. J. W Knight and down the present method of distributing I week Mrs. Joiner and sister TtIkKKIt: : piul'llehed In enUI. County of Brad- ,; ,
renchman (Nente Hill
enemies. Sapp of Hawthorne Is daughter Sandra of Lake race track ISO. Hk'O ford, once each week for four oonecntlv .
roan are not personal Butler tax revenues were reared here. They will be NOTICK IS HBHKHY: tlI\'FN.! : weeka.W1TNIOHS 5 I i
and visiting his daughter Mrs. W. H. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. equally counties. Statutes That Mm. Martha, Parker. holder
of battle tragedy F. M. among I remembered my hand and official ..
fury Misses Iiillene 1-
this as and of Tax 1I.
CVrllflcat I.
H I No. 40. Iwxued
eel I
Morgan.Mrs. this
3rd of
day D.
Norman of Vanderbilt providing that counties" share July A. ;
jufferlng have come' about bye Sunday.Mr. Violet Jones daughters of Mr. j the 4lh day ot Jiilv: A. l I' 11I3H. 1140. .
devil, who Is endeavoring to Hester Sapp 1 la* spending and Mrs. L. G. Edwardsof alike were attacked In the courts and Mrs. Edd Jones. 1 haa has filed mad$ "am* In my office and I I OFFICIAL MEAL: ) A..r. Thomas. (
application for tax1 .
the leadership of the worlder several days with her sister. Mrs Starke were visiting Mrs. Ed last year and representatives from deed to h* lioueit therenn. M Hald Clerk Kelly of I). C Circuit Court 7-by.. :4t J.7-2. R. l'\ ',

ra to some one man who as Shlpman Sapp at Sapp station. wards parents. Mr. and Mrs. counties which do not have racing All legal blanks, promUnory I CHI riKMcrltteil tlflcnta property..", hr..,'..I in the th,*following County, ,'!,

tator will do his bidding. The Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morganand Ury Reddish of this section Wednesday proposed the amendment as a note, retain title notes carried of Hradford, Htule of Florida, tu- 2N TIIH ('IIICtTT (-OI'RT tV AND "

to turn world children night. 'means of Insuring future revenue. In stock wIt : KOH IIH 'llf<' >HI, c'olrNTT. i' t'
endeavored spent the Bradford
vii Thursday in by County Hlk. 21 r\ Lot 7 Ward City, So. .
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Edward The court attack was dropped.A I 8 .. Kl.0111111. IN (.55 'M. .:fly. {
and
ership over to Alexander Hawthorne visiting relatives. Telegraph. 'I'wp.The 7 8. It. :SO 1" of. %\i..U. TO ....:..'It\iU..NT )!
a..NII""t the said
poleon. He offered world Mrs. Craig Glisson and baby and family of Brooker were visitIng fourth proposition call. for property under the- salt et.rttii.rnbu L. K Cuninilnic", :' II

(dership to Jesus if Jesus would and Miss Christine Lowe of Green Mr. and Mrs. F M. Norman the creation of a State parole Artillery Ftrinir W"IR..u will t b.t romlnrlrd I known.....u..d WUK In the name of Un. .I'lalntlffVI 'f \ '.

[knowledge him by bending His Cove Springs spent Thursdaywith of Vanderbilt Sunday. commission empowered to grant on lands rwoenlly aeiiilroil by th.. Union* paid. certificate shall b.releeut 1 I Anna J. Ciimmlnaja, .'
Defenifnnt.
Lej and worshipping him. I Mrs. R .8. Rosier and prisoners paroles and conditional Heven Mite Armory*nJ Right: Mnurri ICnii In**Townnhlps S3 Kn. .t. property described according: : ;" to lnl.:11I It** I.V TIIIO NAMh OF THR STATE .

the anti-Christ the daughter Louise. GUM BRANCH releases. The commission would I'lav: (Bounty on AuKU 5, ( suit old to the highest bidder at the OF FLOIUHA, OIllCKTINOSi: L I I'r..T
day ) t
J.
[ Some : Anna
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. By Mitts Elizabeth take over many of the duties per. 7. 1940. court 'hoiiH door on the firm M..". CummIngs, whoa \
devll'afer
an of ein will accept the Reddish Ilarnage All EVrxnn are Warned Adilnutentering day In th* month of August |1940 ,c* or whereabouts are -un t .,
and under Satanic power were visiting relatives here Sun. formed by the State cabinet sit thIs area on the alJOv.l which la the sth day of known I ,
You are hereby required to f.
Mr. and Dutvc. ap-
Mrs. LeRoy Norman ting as a pardon board. 114. Au.u.t'l
111 reign for a short time on day afternoon. VIVIAN COIJJNS lImited this lOlh day Rear to the bill of complaint filed t :'
and sons returned to their home against you on or before t I
be Four-year terms for county Adjutant (Uenerul Florida 1940
rth. Then. later. he will 7-26 I Mondnv the 5th day of August, A. I'' ,'
here recently after spending a St SXXITK'K (OFFICIAL. SHALl A. J. Thomaa.. J.V ',
Jesus Christ the SAMPSON commlsnloners are proposed In D. 1910. fy,. J
by CITY
Clerk
of
stroyed Circuit Court of Ilratltord
while with relatives in Tennessee. the fifth amendment.The IT 18 FUHTMRTl: OTtDRRRn: : thatthis ; t, ,
who will set down --- OV County, Florida. 7.U 41 I.a .
omlng King By Etta Fay Dyal Mr. and Mrs. John Rlgdon'and HKCII4TKATIOV order b* published In the l ,
throne of David which will sixth would exempt from The County alntratIon hookS I Bradfoiil County Telegraph" a nwa 1( to' ,
i the Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Green and for Uraclforct County will b* open paper of general circulation pub. 1u
restored and will rule the Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goodge and taxation on a value up to $500 at my offlco In the courthoiiNA at NOTIIM OP IH llnhed In mild County of Bradford I
W. H. Graves of Umatilla\ were $tark. for. the Notice !I. hereby alvn that under. '
of : puriM>' of rvgUtvr- one each week for four
absolute king. Then daughter Starke visited relatives the property of widows and disabled coneeoutlv -
rid as an all .. nnd In accordance with that '
visiting Mrs. W. F. and J. A. lug IvKUllv <|ti lind rlortunwho rr-, weeks.
ie knowledge of God will cover here Sunday.Mr. war veterans. ore not already tflnterid on tain final deer.* nf. fomrloaur,, WITNKHM mv hand and official ; / I ,
)
and Mrs. Harnage Sunday and were accompanied Ttimdny Thursday. and Bnttirdav' and sale I rendered br lion II. I* ..><>i thl* $r.l day of July. A. P. I I'
of ,
the cover Ray Gooilge
waters
ie earth as home by Mrs. Graves and Joint resolutions adopted in nf each week from > o'clock A. M. Mebrlnv a.. Jude nf the Circuit 1940. : ,
ie sea. and the lamb and then Maxvllle visited Mr. and Mrs. A. both houses of the Legislature bya to IS o'clock M. and from 2 0'. Court of Bradford County Florida. (OFFICIAL PAL:! ) A..r. Thoma; I'I "
two daughters who have spent shock 1'. M 6 I In ChancHry In that certain
V. Varnes to o'rlork I' M from I cause Clerk Circuit Court by.r It. Kelly t"
.
on) \\,' lie down together ande Sunday.D. the past two weeks at the bed majority of at least three-fifths the flrnt Monday In AUMTUMt to the pMndlnar In a'orf.o.u' : wherein: D. C. 74t 1..* ,
little child will be able to G. Kelly of Starke was visit are laid before the electorate for .....'..nol Saturday In October next. Federal Farm : Corpora-1 ;, .,
side of Mrs. Harnage who is ill. All |o.rsina who are not rrifluterrd lion la. plaintiff and Jemtl llurney I
lay with serpents for serpent. ing friends here Wednesday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman ratification or rejection at the and are entitled to ..h..uhioto .t. ala.. are defendant. Can. No. NOTK'M TOIN :8t'IIII11U'.T '
ill be harmess. Roses will Sarah Jones hall returned next general election. In the no In order to r.'r". coin BIO, the iinclorilKned Hpeclal Master TIIM f IHCI'IT' COUHT OV THHKK1IITII ,I WI
and daughter. Dorthea were visit ing Orneral 1 Kloctlon ot Novemh..r by Hlil dHcre appointed will sell JIHIICIAI.' C'.R..T.'V: ;
loom without thorns and all cre- home from Atlanta where she has .In Jacksonville election a majority vote decides. 5. lo the hlichefit bidder for caah at ANI KOH iSIS 4 fOHI I. III tJ NTY. .I
[tlon will be delivered from the been visiting her son, H. O. Jones. ing Saturday.Mr. Florida's present Constitutionhas All elector, who ar. duly rei(. th* Houtli front door of the Kradfnrd I' KLOHIII, IN' ,, ('Il'' '\'I.RY. )
Nannie
and Mrs. P. D. Reddish l t"I'.I do not have to r..r..h.l..r.N. County Court hone In (Ntark Lou "" < eight of the curse of 8in. __ She was accompanied home by and childrenof Heilbronn were been amended many times n. Walnwrlfht.HupervlHor Florida, during' the legal hours of' Plaintiff.. .,' .
the writer Is the her daughter-in-laws Mrs. H. P. since it was drawn in 1885: The neft-imratlon, HradfordC'uunty isale on Monday AtiitUKt ft, 140. I Poreey.Iteuitiinva '
Such. believes visiting Mr. and, Mrs. J. S. Sapp Florida.. 7.U 2t 7-2S following described. premIses I il
aching of God's Word. There Jones and two grand children one afternoon last week. 1939 Legislature declined to call a at* In Hradford County Vitul..h.1, IN Tilt Pefendnnt.NAMK OF TUB STATE ,I t

1 many great Bible scholars and Mrs. Hiram Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dobbs and convention to draft a new Con- 1VOTM OP APPLICATION to-wit WVi of of fiE> and Mouth I OF FI.nitlDA. IRBRTINOS: : I II

ho accept this position. It 1 II aoat Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Watkins Albert Woods were visiting the stitution for the State.1IROOKER. ( .OH TAX Hill': 'H.a.NI).:llHrnatr IllS: 420 feet of 81214$JC'4 of HKU"':/ of 5114k,1mend I denu TO: and Doraey pout Reagan offlc whoa addreea re.I l-* I t';

tooIn and little son of Ocala visited NOTICK. IS IIKHKHY UIVICN. HM, of HWVj of rIKVt.:\ and HMVil 1 No. 1.
belief Holly ill/rln. North
comforting ,
bed side of Mrs. Dobbs' mother of HI-H, of HWM all In 1'4..110. 27. 'I
.
That I.. (1. Powell holIer of Carolina
bli hour of world darkness and his mother Mrs. A. V Varneshera Tim Townahlp t Mouth liana 21 Kant: 1'IH. 1'/:
Mrs. W. F. Harnage Tuesday. afternoon (Ortirirat No. 1IH. Inmiwd the 41 h i You ar. hereby required to appearto
.
*last week. day. ot July A. L>. 1113 has together with all and singular Itstenements the bill of '
eriL Christians should lookup.r ; of last week. 1\lrs. I... L. Parker K. filed hereditament and complaint filed herein
By aipurteniinco >
Hum* In offlcn and. nun mud. against I before
Miss Irene Prescott was visit. my you on or Monday,
.
) our hope Is not In this world.Hirtot Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and application. for a tax deed. lo bit the tth day of August A fl. 1940. i' It I
Is our hope and our only ing In Gainesville Sunday after. children of the State Farm were Sewing Club 11H'lsThe limuoil thron Halil c..rllfl""I.l 7-U 4t2 Si. K. PKnitYMAN. Bpeclal Maater IT IX OIlhKRKD) that ,
0inhracii" the followIng dMrrlb this order b* published In the Bradford '
pe.,. noon.Mr. visiting relatives here Friday aft Sewing Club met at the property In the County of Hrudford County Tleraph. a nwa- '
and Mrs. A. V. Varnes ernoon. home of Mrs. T. W. Markey Tues $tats of Florida. lo-wltl : !NftTICM\ Of APPLICATIONNrnai paper. of general circulation pub. .
made a business trip to Brooker of last week with the president NEli H.c. 25 Twp, 6 H. It. 23 K', Full 1't 1,9:5:1: II"lied In liald County of Hradford, "I
Hall Joe Dobbs of DeLand was day containing* HO Acrm flora or Iron. ( HIM IM*. IIMNOT1CM ) onue each week for four conmcu
Saturday.Mr. visiting J. A. Harnage and family Mrs. G. B. Colson presid The annffUMinenl' of I h.. mild property IS IIKIIKHV tllVBM.That tlv* week
ftncission TabernacleA C. R. Graves of Jackson. will be under the >..hl mrllflrat Innufil Vermi J. Ibeinurpat, holder of WITNISHH my hand and official I
Saturday afternoon and was accompanied ing. The next meeting wia In tint ....m. of Chun. Tax Cerllfli-ale No. 183 issued the Neal till. Ird day of July A. If.
yule spent the week-end with his home by his wife and at the home of Mrs. G. E. Mc- Johnaon.Unloin. oJ'i 4lh day u f July A. l). 1>>.U. nan 1940
discussion of the family here. said cvrttricut hall beredene4 I I filed Name In my office and hail (OFFICIAL. HWAL) A..I. T"""' ...
development children< who spent last week Gauley at Melrose. All members according to law, the I I mad: application' for a tax deeil clerk Circuit Court byt J. It. Kelly
it Bible prophecy In the shifting visiting the bed side of her are asked to be present and property dtturrlln-d. Ihoroln will b* to b* I..".... thereon. Raid certi D. C. 7-4 41 72UMODERNIZE

M t nations was given last night. PINE LEVELBy i' mother Mrs. W. F. Harnage who enjoy the day swimming and

TO Image Nebuchadrezzar saw Mrs. II. M. MclUe la 111. fishing.

I\' his dream and the InterpretaIon Mrs. T. N. Norman and daughter After an hour spent sewing

given by the prophet Daniel We really had a good meetingat Dorthea and Mrs. Eldon Sapp delicious refreshments were served YOUR; MECHANIZED EQUIPMENT

ii recorded in the second chapter Pine Level Church Saturday were visiting In Pine Level Sun by the honless.

W r Daniel provided the basis fore night Sunday and Sunday even-
day. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry hadas
study. Ing. Eld. Homer Layton of Miss Ella Mae Sapp spent a few dinner guests Sunday Mrs. R.
Some out of Chula Ga., conducted the ser I with Mrs. Era 171/19 1 1
town visitors were days last week 'Bullard of Galneuvllle Mr. and

iresent to enjoy the study. ,Some vices. Wasdln of Graham. Mrs. J. It. Crews of Jacksonville
of t our regular folk Mrs. A. F. Hall of Jacksonville to Mrs. ; i
are away on We are sorry report 'and Bernard Smith of Hileah.
vacations. We for- and children Harley and Minnieare I still the sick ..
are looking W. F. Harnage on Muriel Lee Sapp J. W Kelly r-
this week with her _
ard to their spending __ TRUCKS
return at the end |, list this week. Joe Ella Hurry and Cecil Melvin
)f summer. An Increasing num- parents Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Me- | Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Yarbroughand spent Sunday at Kingsley Lake

w of those attending are par. Rae.Mr. children and Mr. and Mrs.
ticipating in the Scripture quota- and Mrs. J. D. Dobbs of Charoey Yarbrough of Woodlawn Mrs. Ralph Hazen was visitingher

lions. DeLand were dinner guests of were visiting relatives here Sun slater Mrs. Edna Lewis at

It Is Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae Sun. afternoon.Mr. Safety Harbor over the weekend.C. .
remarkable how Daniel's day
''rterp.etatlon. of Nebuchadrezzar day. and Mrs Wilton Connerof C. Melvin's tobacco barn I riTIrj1

;M( worked out in history. The Eugene Goodge of Starke was Rising were visiting Mr. and was destroyed by fire here Sat I U

development of world visiting friends here Sunday. Mrs. F. S. Supp Tuesday morn- urday night. Mr. Melvin says 1.T' :
nce the empires Mrs. E. P. Gay left Friday for It was some of the best tobacco
days of Ing.
the
glory f several makes the fourth
Babylon Gainesville after spending ho had. This
has
Pbetic' followed the pro- days with her son-in-law and barn to burn here this tobacco r. L --
outline. RISING _
I Babylon. Medo- daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. R. I season wS
I. Greece and Rome. The By Mrs. II. II. Lewis
.1. Mutt KnU-rtuIn
Mm. o. !
"
'tury f Rome has been Hall.Herbert ; .
: Alvarez left a few Mrs O. J. Mott entertained .. ---v '
tlcUlal'ly of Chula,
s I g n I f Ie a n t. Daniel Eld. H. L. Layton -
could not days ago for the CCC Camp at Saturday night with Thursday afternoon at bridge.
Ga, spent
possibly have written wi EL "DTR1'i'T'Rlrii- '
woifK
t115 prophecy after It Frog Island N. C. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. Mrs. Ann McKlnnon was holderof

as the infidel critics happened Mrs. J. W. Hall and daughter.Mrs. I Mrs. Auston Fender of Pine high scure and Mm. Frankie -

dlvlalon of say. The R. L. Parnaly and little Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hazen was low. Refreshments of J'ALliE" 1
Rome into Level LEADER IM TRUCK:
two MUST BE THE
parts
and the later daughter Sue all of Jacksonvilleare 'i Hunter of Brooker spent Sunday Tuna fish salad crackers and Iced

democracies are development all foreshadowed of spending a few days with Mr. afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. W. tea was served. Those enjoyingthe

:n the and Mrs. J. R. Hall. afternoon with Mrs. Mott

thlgha dellCrlption of Iron 0( the legs and J. W. Han returned home Sat- C. Mr.Conner.and Mrs. Russell Carter were: Mrs. Anna McKlnnon Mrs.L. Truck buyers

Iran mixed with and the toes of urday after spending two weeks I and two children and Mrs. Charlie I O. Hazen Mrs. V. V. Hazen are careful buy- TRUCK OWNERS WA

The clay. with relatives In Jacksonville. ,' Carter of Heilbronn were the I Mrs. Leola Roberts Mrs. Ralph era-they thorFACTS Nl

:nan Empire reformation of the old Ro. Mrs. T. N. Norman and daugh. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hazen Mrn. Guy Harrell and ...CH''EVROl.ET GIVES ,.
analyze
oughly
beln of Caesar's day Is ter Dorthea and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shaw. Mrs. Harmon Morgan.

'>!UR80linl restored In May 1936 Eldon Sapp all of Gum Branch Miss Lillian\ Thomas of La. Junior. Mei-t andcompareall Certified
Proof f
P.oIIIan proclaimed the New were visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Crease! spent Sunday with Miss The Junior Sewing Club met I' types of truckIng j J:

kes In Empire? | His ambition McRae Sunday afternoon.Mr. Hauen Crosby. at the home of Miss Phillls Hazen equipment On the longeat '

>nclent all the old terrftory of and Mrs. E. J. McRae of Mrs. Edd. Taylor of Branford : Friday. July 19. with Misses duct.dundFt tett rer con

\edlterranean! Rome to-wit: The whole Waldo attended church here Sun pent Friday night with Mr. and Agnes. Rhimes and Phillls Hazen -they want to American Automobile*supcrvUJon' of ehe

'lCently! area. When France Mrs. H. H. Lewis. as hostesses After upending the make certain that they'llget the make and type of a atock Chevrolet' Aaaoclatfon, -..

:':!!clam and 8urrenllered she adopted day.Miss Luclle Crosby of Sunny I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thomas and afternoon sewing the guest were truck best suited to their business requirements. turned In a tnarveloui' I'/i-fon truck

:ave been not NazUm aa might Brook was the dinner guest of children. W. M., Jessie Bobby served delicious refreshments of and economy record.: The performance)

expected At the end Miss Odessa ZIcRae: Sunday. I Elizabeth and Re- Ice cream and cake. The members till* feet run are fact of
.f the .Mary\ Olive truck clearly
recent It Is a significant fact that more users n outlined In
Pain Spanish civil war Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brownof becca of LaCrosse spent Sunday who attended were: Martha Interesting booklet'
came under Mrs. Rhimes Martha choose Chevrolet than any other make of truck .Say Who" entitled
Ion of the domina- Starke, and Mr. and ''with Mr. anti Mrs. Bishop Lee and Agnes You may obtain

" Vance Mu 0111- A close ob- Everett Oliver of Jacksonvillewas Thomas. Evelyn Markey Eva Fay Galney because Chevrolet trucks could not have booklet from thla

next of What shall happen In visiting Mrs. Alice Oliver 1>IrtI. David Paulk and daughter, Luclle Hinton and Phillls\ Hazen.. established their record of leadership In 1940 and dealer your Chevrolet,

".u few montha In Europe and Mrs. J. L. Underhill Sunday. Jacksonville spent the Minn S..wwome EntertalnmlMiss or by
of
Fay, of the last eight writing
Prove maintained It for six out years to Chev-
very Hazel Newsome of St.
:Ible interesting to the E. D. Asthma of Rising was week-end with her parents Mr. '
stUdent, house of Mr. been that Chevrolet trucks deliver Chevrolet.MotorDlvl I
apldly Prophecy b being visiting J. L. Underhill Sunday and Mr!!. Walter Underbill. Petersburg, guest had It not General -
fUlfi1\ed.\ and Mrs. C C. Hazen was the other make. I
afternoon.Mr. Miss Irene Thomas of LaCrosse moredollar-for-dollarvalue than any Motor
Sale,
There T.\ERNACLE and Mrs. B. M. McRae are Is spending this week with Miss honoree at a swimming party and. Corporation. A

;IS TabernaCle were several visitors at the proud parents ..of a little son Irene Lewis and Miss Elma Con. fish fry Wednesday night at All models and types of Chevrolet trucks may General Motor, ,
Lake. Swimming was
services last Fri- July 22. Hampton Bid..
:.ay and born Monday nero be today's low price levels so It 'troit, ".
:ICI\t\ Sunday nights. Sunday Miss Luther Harrell of Brooker enjoyed until a late hour when still purchased at Michigan.Torode : 4

?"e Llnatures of the ox and practice singing and to study spent Sunday with her parent supper was served picnic style. would be wise to consider replacing some of your ____________
r* contrated. the Bible. M.\ Crosby. Enjoying the swim with Miss Chevrolets -
' the The ox Mr. and Mrs. R. trucking equipment with new now.
te j fa tyPo of a servant whose Thursday night the children enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. G. M.\ McIntosh Newsome were Mr. and Mrs. C.

'.. one of fulness, while the a supper and program at and Mrs. M. G. English of Starke C. Melvin and son J. C., Mr. and

hen Will Pat hU Provender and] the home of the sponsors of visiting Mr. and Mrs. T T. Mrs. O. W. Barry and marjorie

', I'tfuHe these services. were Sue Barry Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Chevrolet Co.
' stubbornly
"" to submit Tucker Sunday.Mr. .
elf
1011I. to his master's dlrec- Sunday afternoon at three 0'Is and Mrs. Eddie Norman and Barry and children Mr. and Mrs.C. J j

'I\'ednellday\ clock the regular Bible study The children of Wavery spent last C. DeN and children Mrs.

e afternoons of each held for all age groups. week with Mr. Norman's mother. Florence Varnado Miss Nora STARKE FLORIDA1I
,, the Children Bible Is the textbook. All are In- SaPP. Luclle and Cecil Melvin ,
'lSioi meet at the Mrs.' E. J. Norman.
4
llaU at three o'clock to I vlted to attend. ,



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TEIEOKAPII. STAHKK.! FLORIDA
.na. carver BRADFORD COy FRlD.\
.. '. .. _JI'LI a .

dozen Floridians, including at least two editors I B. II. S. TO OPEN Library CompletesFifth NewRiver' SchoolWork Judge Adkns -

The Bradford County Telegraph. ,_John Kilgore of the Tallahassee' Demo I AUGUST 5TH.COntinneQfrom. YearThe Begins Goes ToGovernor Tan

crat and Gene Matthews of the Bradford pa '
ENtabllltbed 1877 young ( pal one) last R. A. Green
Starke public Library! Congressman early Judge
L. County Telegraph, several attorneys last week received word from A Z Adklo '
I :bushed Weekly on Frhlny and Entered M Sec. school: 1 teachersmeginning a tone week celebrated Its fifth an city wall apPoln Id
..d Clue Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Flo.wmpRESs and business men from,all walks of life. o'clock P. M.\ on the opening day I niversary. Mrs Jeanette C. State WPA' Administrator Roy Cone to 1\ JUly >11

4 --,- -,-- .. -. Those taking the course must pay their, of school. librarian ever since the Schroder that work began on the HlltoborouKh\ r 0 U pad"
School n "
to take these young New River building Mon. Court
MEMBER own expenses, which will amount to a mini entrance"Students examinations desiring please library was established July 15, day. The telegram dated July His slllnment beginning MOnday, JUlt

V ASSOCIATION mum of around $43; not counting in the incidentals make applications for same on I 1935, said the library has grown 15: stated: "Am authorizing work court Is for "? to 'the Tt,

which will include all luxuries and i Thursday or Friday of the week remarkably both In the numberof today on New River School"New sary. lung. u *,
River School Is scheduledto
J.a- 'for oata 3loatafie such off-the-campus activities they may before school opens (August 1 or readers and in the number of Monday August 5, for Judge Adkins, the
1 2, under present plans). open In the senloth
!K. L. MMi' taws __________ Editor and Owner have time for. books during this time. The library the 1940-41( term and the old Eighth JUdicial i
.., .. -- "We have been attempting to is located in the Woman's* building is already( torn down to has presided over the
All credit should be given these men raise the standards of your Circuit Court In t
Club Building.The make way for the new, leavingthe Ceinenllie
Chamber Of Commerce Will Reorganize school This necessitates the week When
who have left their homes and businesses, local library now has so community entirely without be Was eat

c To "Wake-Up" Starke To Its PossibilitiesThe making personal as well as business sacrifices understanding before and much approval can be of many books that trouble Is being school housing facilities. However Judge reason for Adkhw the, Tampa ass: M

almost defunct Chamber of Commerce you parents experienced to find places for all the School Board has authorized said ,the Cove
in order that obtain the
they may done In the school by the teacher : appointed him
of Starke is meeting tonight at 8 of them Mrs. Young said. Many f I the renting and repairingof tar because the
L, training that will be so"essential in case "The following grading system of the reference books 'and "sets" 1 an old store building at New judges In the Sixth
, i, ; o'clock in the Woman's Club auditorium to Is now in use at B. H. S.: A Is Circuit ( JUd
the call comes for this country to throw its 85 to have been moved across the hall River for use as a school until Ulllsbo.'ough Caw
95'to is from were
from : 100; B either
reorganize and become the live-wire bodyit man power into the defense effort. 95; C is from 75 to 85; D Is from Into the magazine and reading*I such time as the new school Is some reason disqualified)

should be to awaken our little city to the 10 to 75; and F. Is falling. room. Last week two sets of completed. work to do without or had.. too. .,
tired and .
"They are going to get they'llwork shelves have been constructed and ..a.
offered by the "Students desiring to enter The new school will be a three- "\sac
gigantic possibilities
occupa- off that fat," said Lieut. Col. Jones, college upon graduation from Installed for the library by C. room frame building costing in Recent
tion of Camp Blanding near here by 22,000 H. Jenkins, local The Births
camp commander, in commenting on the high school must attain a gradeof carpenter. all $13,478. Of this amount the
r and officers. two new shelves are placed out School Board will furnish
men C or better. The grade of D $2,906 These are the
opening of the training period "but it is latest
In the floor and togetherwill blrth!
space as the sponsor's fee, and WPA to
Is a conditional grade for passing July 24th
This is right in line with the editorial :
r what they bargained for and I know they and students maintaining a hold over 300 volumes I will give the other $10,572.: Mr. and

sand? we took in these columns last week can take it." grade of D may progress from I The library enjoys the good Previously it was expected that Starke, boy July Mrs 17.Joe K<*

and the Telegraph gives its 100 percent grade to grade in high school but reputation of promptly havingon : this school would be completedby Mr. and Mrs. J
No Darcy
obligation rests upon these traineesfor its all books almost the opening date of the term C. >
backing to a hard-working Chamber of can never expect to be recom- shelves new man Doctor's Inlet
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Starke- military service in the army, and no mended for higher schooling as soon as they are published and for this reason the old build- 10. girl,
Commerce that will make take full whether be fact, fic Ing was demolished. However
,
commissions will be granted on completionof "Report cards showing pupils' they Mr and Mrs j *. ,
advantage of the opportunity that appears the the progress are Issued on the Wednesday tion or otherwise. The library is many unforseen delays have been Starke, girl, July 10 Kllllll!
juxt ahead of us like a gleaming light at camps, sponsored by Military following the close of sponsored by the Starke Woman's experienced, due, It is said to Mr. and Mrs 0 ,
Training Camps Association which are each school month of four weeks. Club, and contributions from the projects of military value receiving Starke, girl July UR All
the end of long dark tunnel. '
; a nation-wide in every corps area. Please check these reports carefully City Council ($10 month) and.the first attention. I Mr. and Mrs Basil M.( Mj
The very' least each person in Starke and in case of any misunderstanding County Commissioners ($15: a Starke, boy, July 22
The objectives of these camps is to consult the teacher. month) assist in its support. Borrowers Christian Church Mr. and Mrs.
bin do is to be present tonight to hear the Bernard B. i
.
bring together business and professionalmen By working together we can do and readers are welcomed sler) ,. Lawtey, girl, July 22.
pb.ns the progressive business men of our from all sections under the most favor much to Improve the schoolingof between the hours of one o'clock Services at the Christian Mr. and Mrs. Berry Ellli
community want to carry out to benefit us your child. and 5:30 o'clock P. M dally except Church will be held each second sere Mlddleburg, n
able conditions girl,
of outdoor life, to stimulateand July
all.,. We are going to be there tonight to "Grade lists of pupils for each Sundays. ? and fourth Sunday with Rev;: William Mr. and Mrs Vernie

to share of the million dollar promote citizenship, patriotism and I home room teacher are now 'be O. Smedlev. ___ nraarhlncr. ___n___.._ _All___ Maxvllle. girl Juiv _->n., Pa
try get a a n.
Americanism. The experiment will undoubtedly ing prepared so as to have everything Roy Mathews Home members and friends are urged
month payroll Camp Blanding will have, to be at 11 o'clock ,
accomplish of those in readiness for school's present a. m Dance Here ,
some objectives Tonight
and 'we will meet you then. opening-this la being done alphabetically Roy Mathews who last month and 8 o'clock p. m.; a cordial
QCans and the trainees will be in positionto the same as last accompanied Mr and Mrs. Robt. welcome awaits everyone. Sunday There will be a round
impart to others the lessons they will year as this Is the most Impartial F. Clark to Mayo:Brothers' ClinicIn July 28th, the subject will square dance tonight i
at i
Or Gadgets Is Choice have learned in actual contact with method of handling the divisionof Rochester Minnesota, arrived be' .(morning) : "Daniel"; (evenIng -. American Legion Home on V
Now. Up To United States army grades as we do not have home Saturday night. For six ):. "What Shall I Do?" Call Street with music

The United States must choose between life and discipline.-Ocala,.,. Star. available for use the necessarydata weeks he stayed with the Clarks "Prairie Boys' Immediately bj
v from intelligence and place at Mayo Clinic, where Mr. Clark Fire SaturdayThe the hour-and-a-half show
guns and "gadgets"-between personal and ment tests otherwise. underwent an examination and "Prairie
Politics required
Corrupt Still On Run Boys" will put on to
asocial security, in the opinion of Columnist Before "We are having an Influx of operation. Mr. Mathews drove fire department was called Legion Hall for the benefit

Roger W. Babson. With "New Deal" activities !. Government Agents new families bringing many new I home In Mr. Clark's truck. ,, out at ':5:30: o'clock Saturday aft I the local Legion Post, The 4
Now that the ghost of Huey Long has children to ourechool. I ernoon to extinguish small
running the country further and further The parents a will begin at 8,:30 o'clock and
been laid and a new administration, headed of these' neVi children should I Rotary LuncheonA. blaze at the home of E. J. Dowl- admission charges are: child
into debt, the Government must drop by Sam H. Jones has bring them to' school for regis Ing on Christian Street. The fire*I'15-cents, adults, 25cents.
gained control in
tration the J. Thomas, Clerk of the was caused by the of
many of the activities it carrying. on, at on Thursday or Friday oven an
Louisiana and has promised to rid the state of the week before school Circuit Court, had' charge of the oil stove in use exploding. No
such cost and with Trouble At Plant
great questionable success of allcorrupt political influence; U. S. Assistant opens. If this Is done, we can program at the Rotary Club damage was sustained except for(I

and concentrate on getting dollar for .Attorney General O. John Rogge has get under way more orderly on Luncheon Wednesday and pre the stove and supper The The City's electrical servtw
dollar value out of its defense program. the opening day' and thus avoid sented as guest .speaker Kenneth Dowllngs were having company. most failed recently v
turned his attention to alleged irregularities any undue congestion. In the halls Vanderhulse of Green Cove too. the exciter unit on number
This means that the individual citizen in Michigan and office Springs. Mr. Vanderhulse is District I
Georgia and Arkansas. It engine (purchased In 1922)) fa
must think more of the good of the nation is' further rumored that reported political "No formal opening exercises .' Director of the Board of Hoover Home ImprovedWork At the time the engine wu

and less of his own personal pleasure. Ger- will, be,. held due, 1.to the Inadequate Social Welfare with headquarters : chronlzlng with, engine nun
in
corruption Pennsylvania, New Jersey and seating facilities." :in Green Cove Springs and talked was completed this weekat three (bought In 1930)) and
many did not build up its,, mighty war Florida are. next in line for federal investi '. *' about the problems< of the organ- the home of Mrs. Frank .latter stood the severe over

machine with 'an eight-hour day, no. overtime gation. '1' Chief A. L. Alvarez ization, and discussed some ideas Hoover on a new kitchen and bed.: until number two was rem

and wasteful and extravagant living. relative to the decrease of the. room added to the west side of from the circuit. The dan
The government prosecutor the On Vacation"Klngforaday" roll of old age dependents. the-
says house.
was repaired next day. _
France clung to the theory that labor could
new investigations will parallel the Louisiana "
continue as in peace times and at the same was a de. ""'
Nlrf YOUShy Wekdi MIADID POR TN, < ".'''''' "'
inquiries Upponents who claimed he scription given to who a ) :.U1'H"D "t .
somebody > I
time successfully defend itself. It could 't WNtRtrrNdTdr/Rt7 < .OhHfSTlrRldlAt.S/NrOM'N' '"'r'' : '
is "persecuting" Michigan Republicans and gained a fictitious throne for 24

pot be done. that the Georgia investigation is an attempt hours, or somethln',, but "Chief.fora.week" ANNUAL
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O Is a real thing forE
A Good Start Is Made to discredit Senator George of that M. Gnann, who Is pinch-hitting

state were told: "We investigate complaints, for Police-ChIef, L, Alvarez MIDSUMMEI
i Toward Banishing TroublemakersIn
not people, and where there is a violationof while the Chief takes a vacation,
an unprecedented action the U. S. which started Wednesday. To be
house of Representatives recently voted, 330 federal statutes we prosecute, no matter exact It will last ten days. SALE
who the offenders are." Mr. Gnann lived "a mile and ;? s.a Ir Il.
a ro
.
to 42, to deport Harry R. Bridges, leader of off .. .. AOPi W
quarter Of town,
Rogge said that the east Just on
announcement two
the Longshoreman's Union, to his native the other side of Raymond Pre-
Australia. Only seven lines long,, the bill months ago of _his intention to look into vatt." Since he'. never been a!(

was the first in United States history that the political situ tiorr in another state be- permanent police'' officer, orte

dealt. only with one man. sides Louisiana brought an avalanche off stepped might wonder Into Chief's how position he suddenly, how GOOD/YEAR I TIRES I

letters from many states reporting cases he could be
Before becoming law, the bill must be appointed so easily.
of political corruption and urging a federal Here's how It was done: Chief
passed by the Senate, receive the signature
cleanup. He said he would investigate Alvarez, being convinced Mr.
of President Roosevelt and, according to all Gnann was honest and of good GOODYEAR'S NEWALLAMERICAN y

predictions from labor leaders, stand the such cases and any others where federal all-round character and reputation -

statutes are violated. appointed him for the Job TIRE
test of a Supreme Court decision, for and ,
Mr.
Gnann
Bridges attorney insists that the bill is The discovery of flagrant violations of temporary office by was Mayor sworn W.Into E. NOW ONLY ;

1 unconstitutional, violating the 'due process* public trust among officials in Louisiana! Middleton The hat you see on

clause because there was no hearing before and in the city government of Kansas City Mr. Gnann'a head as you walk $685 '

Mo., came as a shock to American down Call Is the Chief's own
the House. many '
"crown. Says the "
temporary 8.0.16
A long fight to deport Bridges was citizens. It has caused many observers to Chief: "I served three times as $ SIZE s

thought to have ended in failure last yearwhet wonder if dishonesty and graft are prevalent temporary officer at the rodeosat 5 1

Dean James Land of the Harvard in other state and municipal govern of two Kingsley years.Lake Fourth, over of a July period I I 61S

Law School, heading a committee to investigate ments. The cause of good government is was there and had no trouble at q r

the case refused to deport him, well served by the federal campaign against all that's possibly where I 4.75-19 or 6.25-17 or 1
got my good reputation and 6.00-19 SIZE 6.50-17 SIZE t
and' absolved him of the charge of being a corrupt politicians. the got I Cash
Chiefs confidence prices wit.Oa. oU ttrt v.
Communist. Members of the House ape O- His beat is the same as Mrl % > ,

patently put little faith in the Landis' decision -'"*. A Low Summer Water Rate Alvarez': All Starke, from 7:30 I "Every Geodyesr Z
a. m. 'til 6 p m. When asked Tire carries a written :
being In agreement with much of the Might Help Beautify Starke how he liked being In the Chief'sshoes LIFETIME

editorial comment at that time, which Along about this time of year we begin (which are really his own), GUARANTEE

teimfd the report many thousand words seeing in other Florida newspapers that he replied with deep enthusiasm: They make seed or W* de

that' suit: very little. water plants, municipal and otherwise are "Fine amined"! fine by!"the He Telegraph was "cross-ex Wednesday .

Thefight against Bridges was led by granting their "special summer rates." It -same day Mr. Alvarez I

R' !.antative Hamilton Fish of New York, seems that in a good many cities and towns began his yearly vacation. First I''

but Democrats and Republicans alike de- where a concerted and systematic effort is had and that last trouble Mr. Gnann
day was with ,
double-
nounced the Pacific Coast labor leader, and made toward beautification water plant officials parkers on Call. (Walt 'til Sat aoo7rM% MARATHON

salted! him "a trouble-maker," a former recognize the needs of. the season anti! .urday, Mrt Gnann!) .... TIRE

"memiter of the Communist Party" and a grant a lower rate so that homeowners may' Wednesday morning. Chief Alvarea I t? Built to eulp.riona UrN cold by
minus the I e chain Ito,... and '
other
"crowning
sr- tires ia
")(ader.of the fifth column." Bridges came cope with the usual summer drought and glory," christened his vacation its pric class ,

to thicr country in 1921, and since 1934 has keep their lawns, parkways, and gardens with an all-day business trip to I CNans G BUY 2 BUY 4 AT rNSC. t x
LOW ,
been K thorn in the side of West Coast ship green and attractive throughout the hot, Jacksonville. During his time PRICE 4,76.19 .RICaSi c x'or
off. Chief
would like to
owners because of the unprecedented dry months. later, Laura Kssler up visit in Hat.his . . $A.95 ) #

amount of labor trouble he is charged'with There is no doubt that a lower summer laburg. Mississippi; "I'm not sure / 6.00.19 slzE 5.25-17 or 3JO-I7 . g.908.MM8 '' ,

stirring up.. water rate would be a great inducementand I'm going-I'd love to go; I'm go. 8.25-18 or 8JO-18 . ylO K > '
ing to try to go ." he says. 5.2S-18 or SJO-18 . &15
o encouragement to the property owner So when you see big. Jolly I I s Coal f rie.. with y*.r otJ firm \
Citizens In Training who wants to keep his premises a beauty "Chief Gnann" "beatln" Call" : eTtiu SIZES PMCED HI PROPORTION '

Starting recently a group of lawyers, spot during the summer but who cannot do don't the say to yourself: "Who la Whit id.wkiU clictktly higher.
new officer?
editors salesmen; manufacturers and others so at prevailing regular rates. Where la Chief Alvarez What's?" up because ? IOWtQ11s NIGKtAl9EREGISTER .

from' throughout the army's fourth corps Not knowing whether or not such a we've told you. ?

area (the south)' engaged in a citizens mili- concession would be practical in our own

tary training' program at Fort McPherson little town, we respectfully submit the mat Meeting PostponedDue

C*., which called for hard work and long ter to the City Bond Trustees and the City to the absence of several MOTOR COMPANY

:liours. Council for their consideration. If the lower members the City Council postponed .

Among the enrollees for this business summer rate should be granted, it would scheduled Its for meeting Tuesday night.originally The Corner Madison and Walnut Streets

_an's training course which is part of the undoubtedly pay big dividends in increased next regularly scheduled meeting Phone
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ational defense effort are upwards of a beauty during the hot months to come. G.of the Council Is Tuesday, August Starke, Florida

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